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A Journa l Devoted to the Interests of Princess Anne County arid th e State of Virginia 

VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA — FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. 1950 ^_______^^^ 



SINGLE COPY 5c — $2.00 P«R YEAR 



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6ala Parade January 1 4 To OpenMaf^ch of IHines Drive 



Jaycees to Sponsor 
JDance Jannak 14 
To Benefit Drii 

Coin Boxes To Be 
Placed in Business 
Conee'rns in Town 



Plans for the greatest calendar 
of event* ever yet lined up for the 
Virginia Beach and Princess Anne 
County March of I^mes dVive were 
completed at a meeting of the lo- 
cal chapetr he.d Tuesday at the 
home of Mrs. W. C. Everett, cam- 
paign director for 1950. 

Inaugurating the drive will be 
a spectacular parade on Saturday 
morning, January 14, beginning at. 
10 o'clock in which Cub Scouts. 
Boy Scout tioops. majorettes, Ar- 
my at Port Story; Coast Ouard, 
Junior Chamber of Commerce, va- 
rious fire departments and civic- 
organisations of the town and 
county and the bands of Oceani. 
Kempsvtlle and Creeds schools will 
participate. Decorated fToats on 
which will ride patients cared fof 
by the Virginia Beach and Prin- 
cess Anne Chapter will also te in 
the parade. Boy Scouts will can-y 
a large blanket In which by-stand- 
ers may toss their contributions. 
Chief E. B. Bayne of the Virginia 
Beach Fire Department Is chair- 
man of the evtat. 

Mrs. Sidney S. Kellam, Virginia 
Beach chairman of Coin Boxes, 
announced that boxes in the shape 
of a- miniature iron lung would be 
distributed at various business 
places throughout the area fol- 
lowing the parade. "Your dimes 
and dollars filling this miniature 
iron lung will help empty real ones 
in hospitals," quoted Mrs. Wallace 
Clark, president of the local chap- 
ter. 

The Jaycees will follow up on 
Saturday evening, the 14th, by 
sponsoring the March of Dimes 
Dance, which promises to lie i 
gala affair, according to Prank 
Malbon, chairman. Music lor the 
occasion will be furnished by Bud. 
dy Myers' o.chestra and will be 
held in the Panorama Room of 
the Cavalier Beach and Cabana 
Club, begintjlnl at^plm. Tickets 
may be rbtained from the Kews 
Centre, from membere of all local 
clubs, or at the door. Much en- 
thusiasm already has :een evl- 
den:ed by the way tickets are be- 
ing sold. 

A boxing bout will be staged 
on Monday. January 30. at the 
Community Hous^ at 8 p.m. There 
will be seven amateur tjouts b<!- 
tween the Oceana Naval Air Sta- 
tion and the U3S Mississippi. 
Thee will be both reserxed ring- 
side seats and general admissions. 




Judge Kellam Set$ Marcli 7 for $250,000 
Bond Issue Referendum for Negro School 



LOOKING BACK OVER 194 

FROM THE FILES OF THE VIRGINIA BE.%CH 




VlROiNIANS IN JUNGLE GARDEN— AlUn R. Mailhea, exceative director of the VVflnia BeMh 
Chamber of Commerce, was one of t»en^-two Vlrginlaas in Florida oo a goodwill lahHlon who were 
photographed in McKee's Jangle Garden near Onnend Beach, where thoy atoplicd recently to en- 
list the aid of Palm Beach and other East Coast cities in sending more travel iwsiness to Virginia. In 
the group are Robert C. Haroaberger, Lnray; Harry M. Tachudy. Hot Springs; Howard Hamnersley, 
Abingdon: John M. Moore. Jr., Mrs. Kathryn Carr, Mrs. David Moomaw. and Mrs. Ben Tyler, of 
Roanoke; Mr. and Mrs. Frank LeGrand. Pete LeCompte, Wiillamsbiirg; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cal- 
hihaii, Norfolk; Mr. MaUh^; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johns. Charlottesville; Carroll Maloney, New Mar- 
ket; Miss Natalie Smith. O. P. Arnold. WlUlam N. Balas. Wise Weseott, and Bob Jfeison. Richmond; 
and Mrs. J. W. Watts, Natural Bridge. ^ 



Academy of The 
Dance to Present 
Ballet Program 

Ballet Techttkittift 
To Be Shown by Films 
Of Master Dancers 



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Cavalier Yacht and 
Country Club Names 
Cook President 



FiTd Cock. Jr.. wa.<5 named 
president cf the Cavalier Yacht 
and Country Club at Uie annua! 
meeting tteM last Wednesday. 

Other cITicers named were P. 
P. Murray, vi«!e m^sldent, and It. 
S. Right, Jr., secretary and treas- 
urer. 

Directing are \<Dn. A. Robertso.\ 
Ezi-a Summers, P:ed Co<*^Jr.. P, 
P. KlUrray. Sidney Banks, J. T. 
Ttmmons,°and R. S. Kgltt. Jr. 

Member^Ut of committees is «s 
f:llows: 

G^f : R. E. Divts, chairnMn, IX. 
Comdr. P. A. Tanner. J. P. MBal- 
laney. J. L. Brovdy. and Horace 
WocW: 

Yacht: W. M. TeiTy. commo- 
di»«: R. R.- Richardson, vice com- 
modore: Sidney Banlcs. rear com- 
mod re: and Jim Sad^>r. ne»t 
captain; " ^—f 

l.ou'«: Charles Crocker, chair- 
man. L. S. Hodges. A*»ey Haycox. 
D UR aewart. and Pete Nunn; 

L dias: Mrs. L. W. lOppascott 
rl-slrmtn. Mrs. R. E. Davis, Mrs. 
:t. L. MrOat!^. Mrs. J. T. TBm 
roTis. Mrs. Horace Wooif. «id 
Ms. Gero«ld RumMe. 



Alice Brewer White 
Attending Fashion 
Press Week in N. Y. 



Pour sh:rt sound motion pic- 
tures' and a presentation of ballet 
techniques will be presented by 
the Academy of the Dan:e at the 
Community House pn January 11, 
at 8 p.m., according to the direc- 
tor. Miss Roberta Stephens. 

The program will be as follows: 

1. Sadler's Wells Ballet School- 
Britain's famous Sadler's Wells 
and Covent Garden Companies 
ire built on the foundation of the 
excellent school a* Sadler's Wells 
Theatre. Novices, who begin their 
Lraining at the age of eight years, 
are shown learning the fundamen- 
tal exercises, and then proceeding 
to pi-ofessi^^l work in the Corps 
de Ballet. The Wm ends with . 
glimpse of a performance of Les 
Sylptiides. 

2. Steps of the Ballet— Dance s 
In this nim include leading per- 
formers of the Sadler's We^ls aid 
Covent Garden Companies. The 
narrator is Robert Helpmann. 
choreographer and principal dan- 
cer of "Red Shoes." Music Is com- 
posed by Arthur Benjamin, play- 
ed by the London Philharmonic 
Orchestra, conducted by Mulr Ma- 
thieson. During the film, the :al- 
let is shown from its first stages 
to the Hnished production. 

3. The Dying Swan— Danced by 
Galina Ulanolva, music by Satnt- 
Saens. 

4. Pas de Deux— Danced by U- 
peshinskaya and Roudenko. 

The motion pictures will 'be fol-^ 
lowed by a short demonstratiMi 
by a'' few of the students of the 
Academy. 

The pub ic is urged to attend.. 
There is no admission charge. , 

Miss Stephens said that the 
Academy is offering the program 
to tlw people of Virginia Estuch 
and Priiwcss Ani» County in orr 
der that tliey might know what 
the Acadony is hoping to accom- 
rlish and its aims. "It is cur hope 
to give Virginia Peach the first 
Ctrps de Ballet in the State of 
Virginia," slie added. 



Alice Brewer White- left today 
by plane for New York City to 
att«Ml'the^<th annual National 
Faahion Press Week, presented by 
the New York Dress Institute, un- 
der the direction of Eleanor Lam- 
bert. Press Week Is January 9 
through 15 and. during the week, 
Mrs. White expects to attend fif- 
ty-eight fashion showings by top 
American designers and two 
French designers, Jaqucs Fatli 
and Christian Dior, who will show 
their A,merican - designed . collec- 
tions. 

The one hundred and fifty 
fashion editois from all over the 
United States and Canada will be 
the guests of the National Jewel- 
ry Council at the Metropolitan 
Opera January 13. »^rs. White's 
'''W'-roan's World" programs will 
be broadcast via direct wire- from 
NBC's Radio City studios to 
WTAR. at 9 a.m., on the morn- 
ings of January 11, 12, 13 a%d 14, 
featuring celeb, ity Interviews with 
prominent guests from the fash- 
ion world, Broadway, literature, 
and Hol'ywocd, with the newest 
"Top Look" accented in the fash- 
ion Interviews. Mrs. White will be 
a guest at the New Weston Hotel 
while In New York. She will re- 
turn January 16. and will present 
the 'Sign O" Spring Revue" for 
the Eethel Baptist Chureh that 
evening in the Great Bridge High 
School Auditorium. 



Key Scout Leaders 
or County to Hold 
Dinner Meeting: 

Judge Floyd E. Kellam will jate- 
side at a dinner meetii^ of the 
key leaders of Boy Scouting in 
Prin^ea Anne Ccunty which will 
be held at'tli^ Normandie Restau- 
rant|. January 11. 

The key leaders of the ccunty 
will meet to discuss the Together 
Plan^and p'.ans for its inaiKura- 
tion ih tlie county. The plan will 
outline means of ^tablisliing Boy 
Scout troops in communities not 
now sponsoring loft*. 

The key men .%ilfe prepare for 
the c; unty-wide TtogWher dinn->r 
which will be held on pebrutr.v 
15 195a. 



Farmers Warned 
Deadline for ACP 
Reports January 15 

No It^fiytnents Can 
Be Made Unless 
Reports Turned In 

Many Princess Anne County 
farmers have not yet reported 
practices which they carried out 
under the 1949 Agricultural Con- 
servation Program, according to 
R. W. Lane, chairman of the PMA 
Ccunty Committee. He said that 
"they cannot be sure of " receivin:; 
payment unless performance re- 
ports are filed on time, and the 
last day for filing is January 15." 

Mr. Lane said that reports may 
be filed in person at the PMA 
county office in Pungb through 
Friday. January 13, in which ca^e 
farmers may also sign up for the 
1930 ACP p:6gram at the same 
time. Mailed reports must be post- 
marked not later than midnight, 
January 15. When making their 
reports, farmers who bought seed. 
lime or fertilizer in connection 
with practices car: led out shouki 
bring with them receipts or tags 
as evidence of such purehases. 

Mr. Lane sald*ihat It is expect- 
ed that about 3S0 Princess Anne 
County farmers will be eligible 
for 1949 conservation payments. 
So far, he said, about 125 have 
filed their reports. As a final 
warning. letters will .te mailed to 
all farmers on January lO. ' 



Preaching Mission 
Service At London 
Bridge January 15 

ft-. Wli:iam G. Gardner, of the 
First Presbyterian Church of At- 
lanta. Georgia, will be the preach- 
er fcr i»rincess Anne County and 
vicinity fo»- the Norfolk Preachi.it; 
Mission a^^ union seJvi:^ to be 
held at t!w London Bridge Bap- 
.tist Church on Sundaj' afternoon 
January 15. at 3 p.m- 

Ai: members of tlie County Min- 
isterial Association will sponsor 
the service, which will be preside 
ot-cr by the president, the Re.-. 
Webster Horstmann. of Kemps- 
\"f".le. 



JANUARY— The Beach Channel Association got a chai-ter Co 
dredge a canal cormccting Broad Bay and Long Creek. The yearly 
report of Police Chief Reeves E. Johnson covering 1948 showed com- 
plete absence of major crimes within the town, and the second con- 
scutlve .'ear without a traffic fatality. . . . The March of Dimes cam- 
paign, headed up by Mrs. Wallace Clark, was inaugurated and brought 
to a successful conclusion by the middle of February with more than 
$2,000 above Its $5,000 goal- collected'; . . . The Governor appropriated 
$40,000 to combat Wach erosion. 

, FEBRUARY— County officials prepared t« fight annexation- pro.. 
posjBls of Norfolk that would have taken in some 39:6 square miles of 
the^empsvllle District. . . . The $600,000 ^ond issue for municipal 
imprtf<(einents at Virginia Beach passed by an overwhelming vote 
Rail abandonment between Camden Heights and Lake Station by tht 
Norfolk Southern Railway came to the fore in public interest. Spoke.-,- 
men at Port Story said that a protest from Army authorities could be 
expected. . . . The annual Red Cross Drive for funds was announced 
with a $10,592 goal set. W. Rus.sell Hatchett was named county chairr 
man of the drive which was to take place March 1-31. The Prin- 
cess Anne Garden Club started en a county-wide cleanup drive that 
was to be "action, not wordsf 

MARCH— Supervisors named W. R. Ashburn and Richard Kel- 
lam to assist Commonwealth's Attorney P. W. Acklss to prepaft for 
the annexation fight to thwart Norfolk City's grab of 39.6 square 
miles of the rich Kempsvllle District. The effort to annex part of the 
county collapsed soon thereafter. . . . The Junior Woman's Club start- 
ed rehearsals for the second annual^ition of the Beach Follies/. 
The contract for seawall repairs was let, the project to cost $198,229. 
The street program was scheduled to follow in two to three months, 
according to an announcement. 

APRIL— "Travel prospects bright for '49 " was the American Au- 
tomobile Association's prediction, lightening the hearts of resort busi- 
nessmen. . . . $500,000 bonds were sold to a combine ofyfour^irginia 
investment firms. . . . C. R. Bryant named head of the U. 8. Govern- 
ment's Opportunity Drive in Princess Anne County. . KempsviKi? 
High School suffered fire damage, but the blaze was discovered and 
put out before the enUre building was involved. . . Town Manager 
Lockwood went on record at a meeting of the Tidewater Association 
of Police Chiefs as favoring changes in A^C regulations and gaming 

laws. 

MAY— Extensive preparations cf Beach hotels and cottages. wi>h 
the addition of two new hotels, presaged letter tourist accommoda- 
tions. . . . Election talk began waxing hot. . Beach opinion on tli' 
sales tax. a campaisQ issue, v.as divided. . . . L. B. Shelly was named 
president of the Chaiiaber cf Commerce for the second year. 

JUNE— Schools oiit June 9. . . . Record number of cases on ,the 
police docket marked an aH-time high. . . . The Isis. a 50-foct yawl 
out of Hopewell, was battered to pieces by the .surf cff 24th Street. 
All hands were saved. . . . Night life took on more glamour as addi- 
tional night clubs were added to the number on the Beach. ^ 

JULY— Police Chief Johnson commended the record . breaking 
July 4tKcrowd as being the n^ orderly in his experience. . Local 
Lions were the hi of the New York parade at the convention of Lions 
International with a float depicting typical Beach scenes and "man- 
ned" by models depicting typical Beach beauties. 

AUGUST— State Senator John S. Battle was winner of the hotly 
coiiested four-way gubernatorial primary, with "2,437 votes going to 
Mr. Battle of the county's 3.634 total. . . . The Town Council mad- 
good on its promise to cut taxes in half following the doub ing o! 
assessed valuations, bringing tlie tax rate to Bea:h citizens to $3.7.'i 
frcm 1948's high of $7.50. . . . Budget adopted for 1949-50 amcuntert 
to $612,221 Supervisors in their August mJetlng expressed in- 
dignation of the State Highway Department's" secondary road policy. 
f^OlQWlng only the addition of one per cent of the county's total mile- 
lage to the system each year. 

8EPTEMWR— School again. . . . Beach business men were di- 
vided' on the outcome of the summers tourist business, although all 
conceded It was at least " gocd '. . . The Woman's C'ub held a suc- 
cessful County Pair, first of its kind !n^25 years, and netted around 
$5,000 profit. . . . The Town Ccuncil employed an outside englneertn ; 
firm to study annexation. 

OCTOBER— The town audit revealed a $23,000 shortage in the 

town funds, and an emplcyee of 22 years was held in the theft 

The Community Chest drive, with,^ $15,000 goal, was set in action 

with W. P. Kellam. county chainnan. Results were discouraging 

The Red Cixks Bloodmcbile prog: am was inaugurated, with VirglnU 

Beach donating 96 pints cf blood teward the quota of 100 pints 

The Little Theatre's prcduction "Jenny Kissed Mc.^' was a hit. 

NOX'EMBER-^Negrtjes of the county sought equaUzation of school 
facilities in Princess Anne County, srfid the school board pledged its 
efforts to -ring such equ^ilizalion abcW . . . TlietJavalier Stadium at 
Oceana >* as dedicated, with Miss Pete Eugley crowned queen of fes- 
tivities. . . . The long-awaited fishing pier seemed to be a!«ured with 
(M-cmise of financial ticking. •• i 

MICEHIBER— Christmas street lights went on. Mrs. W. C. 

Everett was appointed dii-ector of the March of IJimes campaign. . . . 
The Joy Fund, after a lagging start, made the grade. The Com- 

munity was shocked by the ur.tiii|e!y death of X-. B. Shelly, civic lead- i 
er. . . . Annexation toe* ll-.e lune'lxlu away 



^ion Result of 
Petition by School 
Board, Supervisors 



Judge Floyd E. Kellam yester- 
day ordered a bond referendum 
to be held on March 7. 1950, la 
decide whether $250,000 in bonds 
Will be s:;ld to construct a Negro 
consolidated elementary school 
nean Seatack. 

Judge Kellam's move "was the 
result of a petition from the school 
board and the board of .supervis- 
ors in December asking that the 
referendum be held, and explain- 
ing the- need for the elementary 
school. 

The referendum, the third In 
two years for a Negro school, will 
be voted upon by all precincts in 
Princess Anne County except the 
Virginia Beach precinct, which— 
constitutes a separate scho:l dis- 
trict. 

The supervisors were told when 
they considered the move with 
the school toard representative. 
John B. Deyv^nd Superintendent 
of Schools Frank Cox, that the 
proposed elementary school would 
be the first step In a long-range 
program. It would serve the area 
now served by the Seatack, Oce- 
ana, Great Neck and Lynnhaven 
area Neirp schools, although tlic. 
latttfk- w«re closed ^cane four years 
ago, and the children transported 
to Kempsvllle. 

At the Decemlier supervisors' 
meeting, Mr. Cox asserted that 
the school board believes that it 
Is "expedient to take action speed- 
ily." 

Previous bond referendums fo" 
constiuctlon of, a Negro higii 
school were defeated In Decem- 
ber 1948 and in the spring of 1949. 

iSnce then, however, the coun- 
ty has added classroon)s. lunch- 
room, and lavatory facilities to the 
Princess Anne County Tralnin;^ 
School for Negroes. 

Mr. Cox explained that whil? 
the addition to the Euclid school 
would take care of the situation 
for Negro high school pupils for 
the time being, the enlargement 
was not the final action with re- 
gard to the high school. 

The schol beard's aetlcn In e!^^ 
pedltlng Negro school construc- 
tion program in Princess Anne 
County followed its promises to 
lawyers of the National Asscci- 
att-n for the ' Advancement of 
Colored People that the board 
•wou'd make every effort to equal- 
ize facilities of colored and whites, 
made at a crnference in Decem- 
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from Santa Claus. 



Oceana Meets Great 
Bridge Tonight 

The Great Bfrid*e Wildcats 



BIKD NECK GARMIN CLUB 
TO MEET WEDNESD.AY 



McClanan Named 
president C. of C. 

W. W. McClanan. Jr.. recently 
was named president of the Vlr- 
Finia Beach Chamber of Ooii- 
merce to fill tl^ unexpired tarn 
of L. B. Shelly, who died tact 
mcnth^ Mr. McClanan forv^ly 
was vice p:esident. 

The iMard of directors, mcetlltt 
at the Bank of Virginia BeMh. 
decided to leave the %1ce vnA- 
dency unfilled until a later 4at». 

A lifelong resident of the revMri 
town, the new pre^dent is tte 
owner of tlie AtlMitic Cle«nH«. 
He has been a mem:er d ^e 
Town Council since Sei^emtoer. 
1946. 



PMNXSSS ANNE GARMCN 
f%Xm n^mEET MOMI.%T 



The Pilncess Anne Garden dub 
win hmH on M«iday. January 9. 
<3t 2:39 pjn., at the hone cS Mrs. 
C. F. Greene, at Bird Nee* Potet 



WDLY COMMUNION ItHlAV 

\T CALiUEx: cmjRcn 



Holy Communion will be cel-- 
ijratcd at the Galilee, Si^acopal 
Curch rn tlw Vexst <rf the Eii- 
plany this mon^g at !•:» a.3». 



P. A. SENIOR WONJ^rS CI.UB 
to MEET TUESDAir 




, The Senior W<«ftan's Club of 
Princess Anne Coynty will meet 
on Tuesday. January 10, at 12 
o'cl ck noon, at the Pine Tree Inn. 



! en the 1 xral basketball schedu! 
jv-hen tliey /Jneet the Cavaliers of 

Oceana at Oceana January «. *0' \ 
\ night. 'Jhis pame opens » five- ! 

game home .ser>.s for the Cava- j 

liers which will lest thfir '^i.e-gt'i j 

in league competitt n. 



Tlie Bird Neck Garden Club 
will meet at the. home of Mrs. R. 
G. Bosh.er on Wednesday. Janu- 
.iry 11, at 10:30 a.m. 

Club members will conduct a 
roimd table discussion of house 
plants. 



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TOWN COVlfCfL niESSED OH ANNEXATION 

-When the sche duled mee ting of ttie town council with the public 
to discuss problems of annexation was "called off" at the eleventh, 
hour by the clerk of the council, a group of ISO citizens iiwt to voice 
a great Interest In the annexation issue. So many of those present 
wished the town representatives to take Immediate action that a 
petition was signed then and there asking for a hearing, with a ma- 
jority of those attending putting their signatures on the petition. 

Moreover, those present decided to circulate the same petition 
throughout the town and- the annexation territory asking for a specitil 
meeting to act upon the issue immediately. This subsequent petition, 
which asked, in addition, how the persons signing stood on anitexp. 
thm, turned up the Interesting fact that of 4^7 who signed. 443 were 
for annexation, 7 oppMed, and 27 not voting. 

When the council met at a later date in special session to act 
upon anothM* issue, they very diplomatically quieted an aroused pub- 
lic, aroused not only because of the dilatory action of the council but 
because they seemingly were going back on campaign pledges. The 
oouncll members unanimously agreed that If a confirmation favorable 
4o annexation can be obtained from an engineering firm, they then 
would take the necessary steps to put the issue before the court. 
Moreover, in order to lose no time whUe the engineers' survey wa;; 
underway, the council promised to pass the necessary ordinance for 
annexation on Tuesday, January 10, the regular meeting date, and 
gife It a second reading on February 14. 

The council has moved in the right direction in the interest tfl 
llieir constituency. Now It Is up to the citizens of the town to con- 
atanUy remind ^he men elected to office on annexation promises to 
make every honest effort to get ttie issue to, the courts where it will 
be thrashed out on its merits and settled. 



DONT LET IT HAPPEN AOAINI 

Judge Floyd B. Rellam has set March 7 as the date for a refei-e:i- 
duJn to decide whether the county will sell $280,000 of school ixonds 
for the erection of a consolidated. elementary school for Negro chil- 
tfren in the section of the county which centers in Seatack. 
"- This will make the third attempt on the part of the School Board 
and the Board of Supervisors to get underway the long ^imge pro- 
gram suggested In a survey made by the State 8i4hf^iB4ueBt of the 
hwal school authorities: we hope that it wtU be the successful attempt. 

The Negro elementary school situation in Princess Anne County 
as far as buildings and equipment are concerned, is admittedly de- 
plorable. Not only has the county never built one single building tor 
Negro adhool purposes, but those which were donated by churches or 
provided by the Negroes themselves to educate their children are fai- 
below standard in every way. There are no sanitary facilities, no run- 
ning watM-, no lunchrooms. Toilets, where they exist at all. are iH-ivics 
ta the rear of the school yard. 

Let us make the most of this opportunity to start a 0rcgram o( 
which the county can be proud — one which will give cur colored citi- 
aens an opportunity to provide the r children an education in sur- 
roundings conducive to learning. 

Let us do this now, so that we will not be fo.ced through distaste- 
ful and unnecessary legal proceedings to do the thing that our con- 
sciences told us long ago was proper. 



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Behind the Scenes in American Business 



Letters to Editor 

Rudee Heights 

\nrginia Beach. Virginia 

January 4, 1950 
Mltor, VirgLiie Esach News 
Dear Sir: • 



Due to some misinterpretation 
lltt public feels the Junior Wo- 
aian's dub of Princess Anns 
County has taken upim Itself the 
task of circulating petitions in the 
town In support of annexation 
tlw tacts are these: We. being a 
dvte, non-iK^tical (organization, 
w«c aAed to receive signatures 
:.«MB the puMIc at stands in the 
Mo ttaeatrea, the petiUtm to re- 
«nrt a aeetbK with the Town 
Oovncll not taAor ihan January 
%rd far tte purpose. of DISCinSB- 
iWQ amiention. 

Tlw petiticm contaiiwd a sec- 
tlMi for signature, aifalress. and 
eatmua to te checked "Uk" or 
"agidast" annexation if so d^ir- 
ed— .but checking the*columns was 
«fpU«ia]. 

We would like the public to un- 
d^istuid that we as a Club did 
mA take a stand on the question 
of annexaticn and will not take 
a stand, now or in the future, on 
■ay political isaie. 

Very truly yours, 
Mrs. J. Gpodenoft' Tyer 
President. Junior Woman's 
Club of Piincess Anne Co. 



TIDE CALENDAR FOR 

VIRUINIA BEACH AND 

CAPE HENRY 

(Reported by U. S. Weathe.- 
Bureau. Cape Henry) 



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New York— A Merry Christmas 
for retailers? Most of them say 
"yes." if not too emphaticary. 
They're hopeful enough, but don't 
want to' indulge in wishful think- 
ing, after a disappointing fall sea- 
son. There's little real gloom, 
however, and the majority look 
for a mid.December buying spree 
that will help Jack up overall sales 
for the year to something close 
to 1948 marks. Meanwhile, those 
who are fretting about prospects 
for the new year have little cause 
for worry, according to a current 
Dun & Bradstreet survey. Pros- 
pects for 1950's first quarter are 
definitely on the bright side, said 
most business men queried in the 
study. Porty-flve per cent of the 
executives look for a sales volume 
oetter than 1949's first quarter; 
29 per cent expect no change; and 
only 26 per cent anticipate lower 
'.'olume. 

Things to come — Housewives 
"an .save elbow grease with a push 
button wax - spraying dispenser 
'vhich puts a luster on a houseful 
3f furniture in a few minutes' 
'ime. You simply spray it on and 
vipe it off: no rubbing, bo polish- 
ing. . . . Dreaming of a white 
Christmas? Even without the 
weather man you can insure at 



least a semblance of one with the 
'Prosty Fir" Xmas tree, a snawy 
white fire-resistant product. No 
artiflclal tree, it's real flr. trimmer' 
with white plastic and rayon fib- 
ers. Chemically treated, it also re- 
tards wilting and needle-dropping 
. . . Charge it. That's all that s 
necessary with a new hearing-aid 
battery. It's said to be the flrst 
rechargable unit, ever made that':. 
small enough for such aids. . . . 
A newly developed cupboard ddor 
comes complete with a built-in 
interior ventilating arrangement 
designed to prevent warping. The 
ventilation keeps the door's Inside 
sections dry. maintains a constant 
temperature for all parts. 

Business aiid Art— Business 
celebrated a major venture into 
the real of art last week when the 
Hallmark greeting card company 
awaMed $28,000 in prizes to the 
winners of a Franco-American art 
competition. Created both to win 
wider appreciation of flne art and 
to bring contemporary recognition 
to living artists, the award at- 
tracted 10,000 French and Ameri- 
can painters. An exhibit of the 
100 prize paintings Is be|0 staged 
throughout this month at New 
York's Wildenstein galleries for 
the benefit of the American Red 



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TO TOtiSr^OiO^ FOR - 

*ilKtt^ter or Son * Utility or Laundry Room 

'""^'ker or Brother • Hobby or Play Room 

* Mother or Mother-in-laM-* Additional 

* Kitchen or Bath Room Imiome 




Cross. In the ccnning months the 
exhi|>it will tour the country's key 
cit^s. and may be shown also in 
many smaller towns. By next 
Christmas many of them will be 
reaching a still wider pubUc. ap- 
leariiw in miniature on Hallmark 
greeting cards. 

Platter Chatter — A year-and-a- 
half-Iong battle in the phono- 
graph record field will probably 
wind up along about year's end 
as a result of a recent turn-table 
triple play by RCfA. one of the 
industry's "big three" <the other 
two: Columbia and eccaK For 18 
months th^ industry has been run- 
ning around in circles trying to 
work out a way to end the tug- 
of-war between Columbia's 33< 
spins-a-minute platter and RCA'f 
45-rpm "system." Now RCA has 
announced it will manufacture a 
new three-speed ph<Hiograph that 
will not only play both 33 and 45- 
rpm records but can handle the 
fast-whirling 78-rpm discs as well 
Independent record-changer com. 
panles have, of course, zten sell- 






lt9orta,^oa*a« toio &» office 
of tte OmuBtaakn off Omw and 
inlaad FWiertaa stoeo the 
toe itf Ow ganeral hamOm 
tedeate the hewtest tnidl popa 



h« siieh three-mif AMchlnea for 
■Mirtha. but thto move aeem u> 
■waa that VMor la jkUbag. TM] 
a^B have far outMHd the 4»'s. Vic- 
tor expeeta Ita new reewd-^ayMr 
to hit Ote BMriEet by early qprlng. 

Protein Peraumetrt — M«iy (rf 
tlw iMtimi's 90.000 beauty partors 
will soon have a iwoduct that's 
emieeted to pomp new Ufe toto 
tlMtar bustaeaa. It's an uBumal 
permanent wave lotkm that will 
lend a Mghter hister to mtoien's 
crowiriiw tfiorj by treatliv Uielr 
hair to a "proteto diet." iMmy 
women, it seema, shun beavity par- 
Icn- wave treatmmti on the ground 
that the ordli»ry pemtonent ^ends 
to dull, dry, and "break" their 
hair. Reawn: the hair's normal 
protein content becbma denatur- 
ed. The new lotion, called Brita, 
won't change present waving 
methods but will simiAy restore 
the lost protein right to the hair 
shaft. This, they say. will increase 
tensile strength and elasticity — 
aiMlng more snap to curls— and 
result in a softer, glossier wave. 
It's also claimed that with the. 
new lotion the girls can get by on 
three instead of four permanents 
a year. 

Bits O' Business — Thl^ year's 
world peanut crop probably will 
crack all previous recom for 
goober output. Productionvn^ny 
sprout above 11 million ton^. 20 
per cent more than prewar lev- 
els. .. . Horse-and-mule popula- 
tion continues to dwindle. Since 
1930 the total number has drop- 
ped from 19 to about eight mil- 
lion. The reason: tractors are ra- 
pidly pushing them into the Ob- 
solete column. . . . With one out- 
standing exception. 1949 Christ- 
mas shoppers are going in for 
more practical gifts: rugs, wash- 
sn, furniture, etc. The exception ; 
television sets. They're selling like 
the proverbial hotcake. 



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of mt'. 

rtle for the re^too «mI off fSbm 
Pke- 




UDed to varloai aeetlMia. refloet- 
tot Uw gradwd bat rttMf M»- 
er eaae in the overaH tetr ptwt- 
kMim <a, the state. The OMi^i&m 
trtibtm, wMai tttmiienmmA thM an 
bic gwMe be checlud before hwrt- 
ers leave aie woods* tobetoc 0S»- 
eraOr aeeepted by tiM iport i men 
m a mamm of lutifbm Mewate 
cheek on the pragreaa of the 
herda. The cheeldng 
stotewlde. 

Dt^Nte extnaw drf vwather 
mat of the ttat RkMe. ^^vrMeh 
■HriEM the staBcli^ of deer dun- 
enlt^ pr^ailnary reports toAeate 
that as BMtoy or more deer were 
kffled this year »ian tart to than 



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TESTED BY T|ME 

In the past lOS years the Con- 
necttcot MutiM] haa weathered 
5 wars, 8 deprMslons and 3 
epidemics. 

During tlds time it has never 
missed a dividend to policy- 
holders. 

Total Dividends to Date 
$215,000,000 

JOHN A. TUCKEll 

Mir. Ufe Dept. 
DOm. BBUi A flBNDBESON, 

nvo. 

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bufM an extra raoM to It yoar re^nirements, arranire 
thfe flnanang and recomncnd j good rdiable contractor 
^f«^-on desire. 



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Sawmiil - Planing Mill - Dry Kiln 

(Norfolk Avenue Phone 540 



Clark Chevrolet Corp 

CORMIIUY INVITES YOU TO SrniElj^^ 

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Hundreds of our neiflhbor* 
hove come lo in for years for 
new fbrs, usarf e-brs ond ooto- 
moKve service. We hova been 
privileged to share intimately 
in the social and civic life of 
Mie community. So Ihe ii^tiol 
showing of a new model 
Chevrolet is o community avanl. 
That's why we hope you w* 
join w in the very enioyable 
experience oX unveiSng the 
finest Chevrolet ever bw»— 
Wie 1950 Chevrolet. 



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Itetaito, wlw purtksipi^^ fei • r- 
eeiit "Outlook" nmferenee for 
ItM iB Washington, see aoMM 
hopes to- J:ett«r health and loAt- 
er Hving. 

They repMt Oiat this year, Hie 
most OQtslanding gratai In advanc- 
ing the nation's health, hu been 
bliMirtlsan support in Congren oi 
nuBMrous health Mils. Marked 
pnwrera has been made in rand 
hoqrital emtstructlOn wktar Oie 
Hospital CfHmtnicticm and Survey 



towns with len ttian S,M» pepu- 
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less than 50 beds. 

i^esent i^opoMs being ecmstd- 
ered in Congress would ^itend the 
hosirit^ eonrtraetkm program m- 
other reur ^ao-s^ and increase the 
Federal allotaents. This aHMnld 
enaMe more Tteral cOBimunitles to 
build nee(fed hosfrttair. 

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proved for new hospit^, about whlch^affect rural areas. Mft 
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pta support. One is a iM-opo«iI fcH- 
special Itens to rural areas to 
build small clinics, group practice 
centers, cooperative healOt associ- 
ations,' and guaranteed Income to 
doctOTs. The other relates to 
health insurance. The Sxtenidon 
Service says it is impcHrtant for 
rural people to un<terstand the 



bade prUM^^es wderlybsg the 
pmpdMda, » thief ewi ti^ pext 
in lofmtam poMlc p^icy on nKh 
servleea. 

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to the nattonal pictare. Ifospitals 
are under ean^iietiim at A':ii«- 
dm. Froi^ Rt^al, LeesMu-g, Har- 
lisoiyMurg. 6taamton. Frederieks- 
bwg. and Ifafical College of Vir- 
ginia. -tMt have been approved 
tot iMM^tals at Suffolk. Pearis. 
Mvg. Wooitetock, and Winch^ter. 
Public health centers are being 
buUt in Amherst. Nelson, Prince 
William, OreensvUle, and North- 
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Virguiia One of Few States Having 
bivestigation and Research Couiial 
f Study Safer, More Durable Roads 



A Virginia research program, 
directed toward building smooth- 
er, safer and more durab'e high- 
ways is attracting widespread out- 
of-state attention, the State High- 
way Department reports. 

The program is carried out at 
Charlottesville by the Virginia 
Council of Highway Investigation 
and Research, an agency spon. 
sored by the State Highway De- 
partment and the University of 
Virginia's engineering department. 

A report on Spring road lireek- ; 
ups In Virginia, prepared by T. E. 
Shelbume, director of the C:un- " 
ell. and A. W. Maner. was pub- ! 
lished by the Highway Research 
Board, the nation's leadln? high- \ 
way research organization. | 

Potlowlng a '*road-roughnes.s" 
study by R. L. Sheppe. the State 



of Kentucky has rented Vlrg^trs 
road-roughncBS indicator and V 
building a similar machine; for its 
own use. The road • roughness 
study was tleslgned to determine 
which pavements offer the 
smtwthest riillng siu-faces. 

A recent report by the highway 
committee of the California State 
Chamber ot Commerce cited Vir- 
ginia as one of three states which 
has conducted extensive tests to 
measure the skid resistance of 
various pavement types. It also 
pointed out that Virginia's road- 
roughness ^sts indicated "the 
high standard of construction of 
bitumii ous roads " In 

A lei^ent •ru')ber road'\experl 
ment in Vir?in'a br jght the 
bas-sador o! C'->1 . n hcie en a 
5pe:ia i;;s. eciion trip. Nilmerou'^ 



states and foreign nations have 
inquired concerning this experi- 
ment. 

Two reports pu: lished by the 
council have been reviewed aiul 
favorably commented <m by of- 
flclali of the U. & Bureau of Pub. 
He Roads. These Included Mr. 
Sheppe's road - rouglums stutijr 
'and a report on the weathoing oi 
certain road-bulIdlng materials as 
preptu'ed by P. L. Melville. 

These and other studies were 
^signed to provide information 
^ which to base future standards 
for road construction and main- 
tenance. In most cases, research 
stutiles of this nature require 
months or years of tests and 
analysis. 

The latest state to Join Virginia 
In setting up a highway research 
unit is Callfcrnia, where a re- 
search division wll. be established 
a^ an annual ccst of around 1800,- 
'00. Virginia's oad research ex 
}endltures amount to around $50,- 
:iQO annually. 





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tacouse hundreds of our neighbors have 
come to OS for yeors for new cars, used 
tars ond owtomoKve service . . . and 
because we hove b^en privileged lo 
share intimot. !y in fhe lOc:::! an. civic 
lif« of oor comnwmity— rt»e iniHal showing 
of o new model Oievrolet is as mud) o 
commimity event o^ !♦ I« o Chevrolef event. 
Thbt's why we hope you will |0«n ms ..i 
the very enjoyable experience ci c- 
jvciling H»e fkwst Chevr^et ever built— 
the 1950 Oevrolet. 



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SOCIAL NEWS 



fAtentS -:- ANNOUNCEMEinS 



tiw IMvcff^y of l^rsl^ renam- 
ed t» AcdtfldMarg Momtey af - 
the holfltoys with her 
Mr, and Mn. Walton O. 



/ • • • • 
Mary Pten^r, who has 
qpemttng the holidays with 
her fmreatt, Mr. and Mrs. Davkl 
Pendor. Jr.. has returned to SMp- 
ley's School. Bryn Mawr. Pa. 

• • • • 

Mrs. BfOtaf CaldweU Fnnon 
rttomed last week to ter home In 
MOrfMiton. N. .C, after spending 
six weeks with Mr. and Mm. Jos- 
eph Deal at their home on the 

Lynnhaven River. 

• • • • , 

Miss Kirkland Tucker left last 
Tuesday to resume her studies at 
Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, 
VIk. after spending Christmas 
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Lawrence Tucker, in Rudee 

Heights. 

• ■ * • • 

Miss Ann May has returned to 
the Madeira School, Fairfax 
County, Va.. after spending the 
holidays with her parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. Peyton May. at their home 
in Bay Colony. 

Ueut. and Bffrs. Carl Winston 
Moses and young son, Michael, 
have returned to the University 
of Mississippi after being the 
guests of Mrs. Moses' parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. John Cole, at their home 

on 53rd Street. 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Devereux 
Hathaway and two sons left Sun- 
day for their home In Blachsburg, 
Va.. after spending Christmas 
with Mrs. HatfiawlQ^s iwrents, 
Mr. and MrsJ^EmmetKKyle, In 
AUnton. Mr. and Mrs. i^e also 
had as Uieir guests for Christmas 
their daughters. Miss Betsy Kyle, 
who has returned to Norfolk where 
she Is spending the winter, imd 
Miss Ann Kyle, who has resumed 
her studies at St. Mary's College. 

Raleigh, N. C. 




Mrs. WUMiMiiWlll tai lift 
to qiend two aoBllw in St. Prt- 

ersbiirg, fte. 

• • • • 

Oeinrge R. Poston, of Oastonia, 
N. C. spant the tariidays with his 
iMOther^ln-Iaw and ditar, Mr. nd 
Mrs. Waltm O. HcAand, at their 
iMMBe on 33nd Street. 

• • • ,• 
Floyd Dormire. Jr., returned 

Wednesday to Choate aehool. 
Walliiucfwd, C<mn.. after qtend- 
ing ChrMnas wMti 1^ parents. 
Dr. and Mrs. Plo^ Domlre, at 

their home on 53nd Street. 

• • • « 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bowler, 
who have been the guests for the 
past two weeks of Mr. and Mrs. 
L. S. Hodges, on Holly Road, have 
returned to their home in Phila- 
delphia, Pr. 

• • • • 

Mrs. Joseph Jett will spend this 
week-end with her son-in-law and 
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 
Holland, Jr., at their home in Suf- 
folk. 

• • * • 

Mr. and Mrs. John Beattie. of 
CharlottesviUe, Va.. were the 
guests last week-end of the for- 
mer's parents. Dr. and Mrs. John 
Beattie, In Cavalier Park. 

• • • • 

Admiral and Mrs. Jerould 
Wrlght-^and Miss Marian Wright 
have returned to their home on 
60th Street after spending a Jew 
days In Washington, D. C. 

• • • • 

Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Campbell 
Colston, of Baltimore, Md., were 
the guests last week-end of Mrs., 
Colston's brother-in-law and sis- 
ter, Bilr. and Mrs. Gttieppard Roy- 
ster. at their home in 'bavaller 

Park. 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Fbrrest Bailey and 
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Humbard have 
returned to Richmond, Va.. after 
spending the week-end with Mr. 
and Mrs. L. S. Hodges at ttieir 
home on Holly Road. 




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MAaiHED>-4Mrs. BerUn Byron Lfneberry. Jr.. whose wedding took 
pfaMc reeeatly at the OaHlcc Choreh. Mrs. liaelierry Is the formtf 
Miss Enriiy Smith Hoiland. diaghter of Mr. and Mrs. Walton O. 
Hiriland. of Virginia Beaeh. (Siamens Photo) 



Lineberry-Holland 
Marriage at Galilee 
Church December 23 

Mr. and Mrs. Walton O. Hoi- 
land announce the marriage of 
their daughter. Miss Emily Smith 



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Holland, to 
berry, Jr.. aon 
Berlin Byroh Li: 
on Friday, Decel 
o'clock in the 
OalUee Eplacopal 
ceremony was performed In the 
presence of only the immediate 
families by the Rev. Edmund 
Berkeley, rector. Mrs. George L. 
Aldridge, church organist, played 
the wedding music. The church 
was decorated wlUi white candles 
and white flowers. 
s/The bride wore a horlaon blue 
sminsdown suit, with an Import- 
ed white feather French hat. She 
carried a prayerbook with a spray 
of camellias. Her father gave her 
in marriage. 

The bride is a graduate of West- 
hampton College and for nearly 
two years has been employed by 
the Aetna life Insurance Com- 
pany in Richmond. The groom \i 
a graduate of the University of 
Richmond and Is teaching at 
j^dericksburg Hlgh'^sJuiopvhere 
he is also football (9^. 

The couple left for a brief wed- 
ding trip and will make their 
home in Fredericksburg. 

• • •,. _•_ • 
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Mrs. Henry Clay Perry is a pa- 
tient in the Virginia Beach Hos. 

pital. 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Dan M. Sharpe, 
Jr., and daughter, Peggy Manson 
Sharpe, have returned to their 
home in Raleigh. N. C. after 
spendinsL^the Christmas holidays 
with ^^"iKiarpe's pareiib, Mr. 

and Mrs. George C. Manson. 

• • • • 

Jack Sawyer has returned to 
Philadelphia after spending the 
Christmas holidays with his par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sawyer, 
on 35th Bt^reet. 

Miss Jane Dill has returned to 
the College of Wllliun and Mary. 
Williamsburg, and Pfc. Glenn IHU, 
Jr., will return to Pint Lewis, 8e- 
i^attle. Wash., after spendbig the 
holidays with their parents, M^. 

and Mrs. Glenn Dill, on 9th Street 

• • • • 

Mrs. Jcrtm dil Prane and two 
Kms. Maury and Duke, have been 
mending the week with Mrs. FUn- 

inine Watstm at Carolwone Farms. 

• • • , • 

Mrs. James M. Jordan, m, and 
XviQ children will leave Uiis week- 
end t3 visit Mrs. Jordan's parente, 
Mr. and Mis. Frederick Schoew, 
at their' home in Huntington, W. 

Va. 

^ *. - " • • ♦ 

Mr. and. Mrs. Berlin Uneberry. 

of Galax. Virginia, were the gu^ts 

of Mrs. Lineberry's parents, Mr. 

.=ind Mjs. Walton G. Holland, dur- 

liig ilie holidays. 

» ♦ * • 

^! j Joan Paw left Sunday to 
resume her studies at Richmond 
Pro:e.s.sio!ia! Institute after spend- 
ing thp holidays with her mother. 
M s. Grace N. Pdw. at her home 
on 19th Street. 



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Mrs. J. Ooodenow Tyler will en- 
tertain tomorrow afternoon at the 
home of her sister, Mrs. Richard 
Everett, In Linkhqrn Park,i|tt a 
party In celebration of tlm^hlrd 
blrtl^ay anniversary of her\|[owig 
granddaughter, Jane Allen Tyierf 
H(^ guests will number about 

twenty. 

• * • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Luton, of 
Norfolk County, are visiting Mrs. 
Luton's parents. Mr. and >£«. 
William Darden, on Pocahontas 

Drive. 

• * • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Head- 
ley have returned ^ their home 
in Shadow Lawn after visiting 

relatives In Sussex, N. J. 

• • • • 

Miss Lois Sessions, debutante, 
has returned to the Connecticut 
College for Woman after spendhig 
Christmas with her mother, Mrs. 
Harry Sessions, at her home in 
Cavalier Park and at her apart. 

ment in Norfolk. . 

• • • « 

Mrs. Joseph Edgar Graham re- 
turned Tuesday to her hon^on 
70th Street after visithig her son 
and daughter-in-law. Lt. Comdr. 
and Mrs. Horace- P. McNeil, at 
their home In Kejl West, Pla. 



Mrs. Norman Hart left Sunday 
to visit her son-in-law and daugh- 
ter, Ueut. Comdr. and Mrs. R. Ly 
Cochran, at thehr home liw Key 
West, Pla. 



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Ifr. Md Ito. I^red U WMe. (^ 
ftogh* teach. MEWowiee the «i- 
ga^MMrt of ttekr dM^iter, MIn 
Lonene raa^eyi Widte. to WU- 
ttai^ AMa WIMdmst, mem vH Mr 
mmI ttra BdrUfee H. Whltehurs'., 
ti Vbgk^Bneh. 

IUm, Watte to a vraitoate of 
Mary WastdiwtOB C(HI«e. fted- 
crlcMRiit. Md to BOW a meauwr 
<rf Om faculty Of C^adodc mgn 
School. 

Mr. WMt^Hirst wUI be gradu- 
ated In f^vmxy froai the Tlr- 
finia loiHarT Institute. Lextaig- 

tOfl. 

The wedding will take place in 

June. w 

• • • « I' 

C^Mb. and Mbs. K. C. CMlders 
md MM ^Od^ Clart antf Gtafe- 

tai ArlUWlM, Va.. after 
Cliililiiii vfAi Mn^ 
Chliders' parenUi l#. itm Wn. 
William P. DodKm, at their \tamt 

in Rudee Heights. 

• • • • 

„ Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Rip- 
pin, of Short Hills, N. J., were the 
guests last week-end of Mr. aiMl 
Mrs. James O. Page, on list 

Street. 

• • • • 

Ueut. and Mrs. I^iwrence Bur- 
ton Stephens have returned to 
Newport. R. I., after vtoltlng Mrs. 
Stephens' parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
John Cole, at their home (hi 53rd 

Street. 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter deWitt and 
young son, who have been spend- 
ing some time with Mrs. deWltt's 
mother, Mrs. Guy Webb, on 53rd 
Street, will move thto week-end to 
their new home on 53rd Street 
and Lakeside Drive. 

MiTM^Mrs. Marion King Cox 
and twp children returned Wed- 
to their home In Greens- 
C, after visiting the lat- 
mother, Mrs. Susan Z. White, 

at Wltchwood. 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Wood, 
house and two 'children, of Ra- 
leigh, N. C were the guests last 
ifeek<«nd of ttnTformer's parents, 
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Woodhouae, at 

their home In Rudee Heights. 

• • • • 

E. A. Whitehurst, of Chicago, to 
spending some time with Mrs. 
Whitehurst and their young 
daughter, who are vtoltlng Mn. 
Whitehurst's mother. Mrs. Guy 
Webb, at her home on 53rd Street. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Douglas 
Deal. Jr,, atid young son returne(^ 
Monday to Newport News after 
visiting Mr. Deal's parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Deal, at their 
home, "Merrie Acres," on the 

Lynnhaven River. 

• • • • 

Mrs. Winifred Nixon Greene to 
spending some time with her son- 
in-law and daughter, Ensign and 
Mrs. Robert Thomson, at Pensa- 

cola, Fla. 

• * • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Llew- 
ellyn, of Baltimore, Md., were the 
guests for the holidays of Mr. and 
Mrs. Rudolph Watson at theh- 
"home on 54th Street and Lifkeside 
Drive. 




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Mr. ttfid Mn. Klchtftf Jimea 
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MMt ^ their (tewhter. Miss 
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U. rtHtler attended the Ameti- 
ian Sehool erf Paris,, Paris. Prance, 
and Georgetown University, 
Wi^ibutOD. Re wia fradoated 
Iron the United mates Military 
AeadeMy. West Point, W. Y., with 
the Cla» of 19«. He is now (foing 
post graduate work at ITanderbilt 
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/ » • • • 

George Darden has returned to 
Princeton University, Princeton, 
N. J., after spending the holidays 
with his mother, Mrs. George 
Franklin Etarden, aft the Princess 
Anne Club. " 



Mr. and 1^. Gmt» 'WmMsm- 
tcn Cm9«. oi Virginia Beaeh, «»- 
n«Mwe« tte emmemmA 9» Ihelr 
(taughter. Mas Pr»»ettS Mm 
CMva. to Robert maaimf MKMlns 
am of Wn.Um\ Crt^Bell. and 
WllQitfi P. Btad^m. ^ Pttae^s 
iyine Com^. 

Mm C^ppa la a gradtMte tK tbe 
CoBe«t of WlUam and Mary. Wll- 
HaMrticM, #h«rt die reeehFCd her 
B. A. (Iecre«. and was a isMMier 
erf Ddta Ddte sMwl^. 

Mr. met90kui to • graduate of 
the Ciffiege <A WlIBtuii Md Mary. 
WUIiaaMbi^, wtere he received 
his B. A. and B. C. K d^Keea. He 
is a mettber of iSgma Ah^ ^^ 
sllon frat«mlty. ^■*^ 

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wedding. r """--—^^ 

• • • I • 

MisB AminQ Po»st)erg, ^teba; 
tante. retonwd W e dn esday to 
iKuartHall, Staunton, Va.. after 
spending the Christmas holidays 
with her i»rents, Mr. and Mrs. 

Carl Porsberg, on «2nd Street. 

• • • • * 
Those returning this week to 

the University of Virginia after 
spending the holidays at their 
homes are Etevid Pender, IH, Rod- 
dy Watson, Charles and Craig 
Slingluff, John P. Winm M. Rich- 
ard Oormley, Buddy Rumbje, Ray- 
mond liong. ally Haycox, Jack 
Kindeli aiwi Mac Cromwell. 




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Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hatch, 
8r., have had as their guests at 
their home on fflxteenth Street 
for several days Mr. and Mrs. B 
T. Hatch. Miss Virginia Lee and 
Robert Norris Hatch, of Wilming- 
ton, N. C. Other guests during the 
holidays were Mr. and Mrs. L. D. 
Hatch, Sr., and L D. Hatch, Jr., 
of Baltimore, Md; C. B. Hatch, of 
Washington, O. C: S. fl. Hatch, 
of Richmond, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. 
Raymond Inge and Miss Carolyn 
Inge, of Richmond; Mr. and- Mrs. 
B. P. Burrow, Mrs. M. W. Hatch 
and son, Jlmmle Clarke, of Prince 
George County; Mr. and Mrs. 
R. Norrla Hatch. Mr. and Mrs. 
John H. Hatch, Jr., John H. 
Hatch, in, Mr. and Mrs. E. WaUu 
er Hatch and Brian Hat^h, all <rf 
Norfolk. 



BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT 



Mr. and Mrs. William Jordan 
Panney announce the birth of a 
son, William Britton, on Thurs- 
day, December 29, aut tlM Vir- 
ginia Beach Hospital. Mrs. Pan- 
ney is the former Miss Molly Brit- 
ton Dlgges. 

• • • • 

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Young of 
Honolulu, Hawaii, announce the 
Urth (rf a daughter. Ellsabetn 
Reed, on November 27, In Triple 
General Hospital. Honolulo. 

Mrs. Yoong la the former Miss 
Elisabeth Cofer Reed, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. R. B^ Reed, of Nor- 
folk. Mr. tmn%^i\Mh^ to ttfe 
U. S. Coast Guard Cutter Iroquois 
stationed at Honolulu. 



Mrs. Mary A. Hurd. who has 
been a patient in the VUvlnla 
Beach Hoepltai. ls>much Improved 
and has returned to her home In 
the Beachome Apartments. 




Ccratrtning Spring fashiom and 
novelty acts in a "Sgn Of ^Mring 
Revtie," meflriien irf the n^lis 
Claas (rf the Bethel Qapttrt ClMtfCh 
^prea^ntiL benefit performance 
«i Monday, Ja^^MU7 10. in the 
moMUa^vm of-tiK^ ^^eat ft^fce 
High BthoA. There wltt Be^gh- 
teen fashltm models, twelve seA 
lected fron ttM class, and six pro- 
fessonal modeto from Iforfolk. It 
is for the benefit of the church 
building fund. 

The new "T«? Look" fw Sjnlng 
1950 fashions wUl be chosen by 
Miss Minnie Williams from the, 
collection at the Center Shi 
Norfolk, with tht f^hlon e 
mentary given by WTAR's fashion 
and woman's diretn^H*. Alice brew- 
er White. 

Featured soloists will be MLss 
Bety Ballard Lewis, "Miss Vir-, 
ginia," in classical selections, and 
Ve.Tion Dodd. popular WSAP ra- 
dio teritone. 

From the Eva Mae Morris t)anc- 
ing School, the Smith twins, Joan 
and Joyce, will present a. dancing 
act. Joan will appear in an Orien- 
tal solo; Joyce in the "Blue Bird 
of Happiness" ballet toe solo, and 
both girls singing an^ dancing 
-'Frankle and Johnnie." A baQet 
troupe of twelve students wi!l 
present ballet numbers. 

"Lattlmore," famous dummy, 
with his ventriloquist partner, 
Frank Vann. will make his "bow 
to the Great Bridge audience in 
a comedy act. n-ank and "Latct^' 
more" are the comic-reading start 
heard over WTAR Sunday morn. 
Ings at 8:05. 

Miss Ruth Griswold will be the 
musical accompanist and Rev. P. 
Rowland Wagner, pastor of the 
Bethel Baptist Church, as well as 
pastor of the«-Central Baptist 
Church In Norfolk, will welcome 
the audience before the revue Is 
presented. 

The "Sign O* Spring Revue" 
will begin promptly at 8 o'clock. 
At that time, Blair Bubanks will 
do an actual Streltman "Street- 
man" transcribed broadcast via 
WTAR from the stage, assisted by 
American Legion and Ruritan 
Club members. June Wadsworth 
Berry will be the feminine foil 
and will present the orchid award 
to the winneisnf EUbanks' qui^ 
question. ImmeSUtely following 
this WTAR breaoluist the first 
number of the revue will be in' 
troduced. 

Mrs. E. P. Wadswdrth is general 
chairman of the event, with Mrs. 
O. L. Richardson acting as her co- 
chairman. Tickets may be pur- 
chased from any member of the 
Fidelis Class of Bethel Baptist 
Church, or by phoning Mrs. Wads- 
worth. Great Bridge 3026, or Mrd. 
Richardson, Great Bridge 2891. 







he regular luncheon xmeetliw 
<rf the Chesapeake Beaui Wo- 
man's aub wUl be he!d Tuesday. 
January 10. at 1 pjn. -at the 
Chesapeake Beach Community 
House, Mrs. James A. Woodard. 
chairman <rf the Del»rtnwnt of 
Education. Sixth IXstrict. Virgintft 
Federation of Women's Club(|/wtll 
be the/speaker. Hostesses are Mrs. 
H. A. %dly. Mrs. E. R. Rines. 
A^rs. R. O. Hlnes and Mrs. Tmh 
Petty. 

Thepkib carried out a full pio- 
gr^HoTM activities during the hrti- 
-day season. Mrs. R. M. Clifton, 
chairman of the Youth Conserva- 
tion Department, arranged the 
following activities: 

A group of 12 pre-teen agers 
sang Christmas carols throughout 
the ccmmunity on Friday, Deceni- 
ber 23. and were entertained in 
several h>jmes. Despite the bad 
weatlier. they each carrid a light- 
ed taper and presented a charm- 
irfg picture as they grouped them- 
.selves to sing fw the 'residents of 
the area. 

A Christmas party for the small:, 
child, en of th^ community was :> 
held at tlie Community House on "°'^^' 



15 College Students 
Entertained Friday ( 
At Creeds Parsonage 



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The Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Rey- 
nolds. Jr., of Creeds, entertained 
Q^he parsonage last Friday night 
iVhonor of the college students 
home for the holidays. The house 
was decorated with Christmas 
greens, and miscellaneous games 
on a New Year's theme were the 
order of the evening. Clifton Ttw- 
man and Hal Bonney were high 
scorers in the main contest of the 
evening. 

Guests included the Misses Do.'- 
is Vaughan, Ruth Frances Wil- 
liams, and Joyce Whltehurst, it- 
tending William and Mary Col- 
lege; Jane Punk. Joyce Btheridge. 
of Longwood College: and Betty 
LouWalters, of Madison College. 
JUso, Clifton Freeman, of Emory 
University: Hal Bonney, of Ut»i- 
ve^sity of Richmond; Covert 
Craig, of Randolph Macon Col- 
lege: Paul Taylor, of Cami^tell 
College: Howard Salmons, of the 
Presbyterian Junior College; Tra- 
vis Branch, of the Norfolk Divis- 
ion, College of William and Mary: 
James Freeman, of AugusttTSlili- 
tary Academy; and Prank Lane 
\nd Donavan Bonney. of VirgiiHa 
Polytechnic Institute. 



MAKTHA CARR HAS PART 
TN ANNUAL CHRISTMAS 
•ROGRAM AT MWC 



Muss Martha Ca:r. of Lynn- 
'a-en, a senior at Mary Wash- 
ington Caliege of the Universi^;^ 
■f Virginia. \Kas in charge of the 



Bfr& CL F« RdM mi 

\ The W(»iara^aoctety (tf Chite- 
ow Snvlce pf Ow l^togood Meth- 
odist Cbwtit gave, a s«rp<rkw 
Urthtkiy party at ttie hcnae i^ 
Mr*. C. G. Cloiigh. tm Lake SiHtre, 
Monday aftenuxm. January i 
honoring Un. C. P. Field on he: 
73nd birthday. 

Mrs. Pteid has long been a mem- 
ber of the society uid et the 
church, and is the mother of .t 
member of the society. Mrs. O. C. 
Ht^and, with whom she makes 
her hooM in IMamond Springs. I 

Mrs. W. W, Oliver. Sr., Jirraiig? 
ed a i»-ogram of nurserj^ rhymes 
and infant lullaUes. lir'each cas*; 
beginning with favorites of Mrs. 
Field. The Clough home was de- 
corated in a cclcHT scheme ot red. 
jrellow and green and ^ same 
scheme was carried out in the re- 
freshments and favors. The din- 
ing rocm tab'e was centered with 
an arrangement made by Mrs. B 
Walter Shelton. Jr.. of yellow car- 
natioas, reb l}erries, and greens. 

The refie.siiments were in the 
same colors, individual ice cream , 
with yellow rcses. and the birth- 
day cake was decorated with red 
rcses and other favorite flowers 
of Mrs. Field. Tpe cake was made 
and decorated by Mrs., Stanley 
CM'.er. a membe. bf the society. 

Mrs. Field was presented a gift 

and a ccrsageof yellow cama- 

the January flower of the 



Christmas Eve with 40 children in 
attendance. Santa Claus was pres- 
ent with gifts for all. 



month. 



Hubbard to Spealc At 

Thirty teen agers went Christ- I Meeting Of CdTalier 
mas carolling in the community ft j» ^ gH* 1. Hff A 
on Christmas Eve night and were , WarUen ^^UD HlOnday 

entertained in the homes. 

On Wednesday night, December 
28, the teen agers were entertain- 
ed at a dance and buffet supper 
at die Community House. Fifty 
young people attended. 

A party was given for the pre- 



teen lage group on Thursdar. De- 
cember 29, at the Community 
House. Twenty-five pre-teens en- 
Joyed the games and refresh- 
ments. 

The Men's Club and the Wo- 
man's Club of Chesapeake Beach 
sponsored a dance at Lee Manor 
on the night of December 30. Mrs. 
G. P. Wilkinson, Jr., was chairman 
of the dance. 

Mrs. D. J. Wllklris. chairman of 
the Public Welfare Department, 
was in charge of collection of can- 
ned g^ods to be given the Princess 
Anne Welfare Agency. 

Three gift packages were sent 
t children overseas through the 
World Friendship Among Children 
Organization. 



lighting, a traditional feattu-e of 
the annual glee club concert Sun- 
day afternoon, when' a program 
of Christmas carols was given. 



The _^ Cavalier Garden da's of 
Virginia Beach will meet on Mon- 
day afternoon, January 9, at 2:30 
p.m. at the Parish House of Oall- 
lee Church. Mrs. J. E. Adden- 
brook, president, will preside. 

Guest speaker for the afternoon 
will be E. D. Hubbard, resident 
engineer of the State Highway 
Depitrtment. who will talk on 
"Roadside Improvements," and 
conduct a round-iable discussion. 

Hostesses for the afternoon are 
Mrs. WUllam H. Darden. Wn> W. 
P. Crockett and Mrs. K. C. RoMn- 
son. 



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li.h Street at Arctic Aveaue 
Dr. Ira D. S. Knight, Pastor 
9:45 a.in.— Sunday School. K. L. 
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Kempsvllte. Va.. the Rev. A. B. 
fflonnt. {»stor. 

•r« tm.—auaOKf SchotH. H. 
A. Ciilpeper. superintendent. 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Wcnrship. 

7:90 p.in.— Young People's 
Meeting. 

8:00 p.m.— evening Worship. 



Oafc Ofwve Baptlal CMKfe, 

CTMds, Ylfginia. Rev. W. A. Rieti- 
anbon, Pastor. ^ 

Simday: 

10:00 ajn. — Sunday School, 
Curtis Ansell. supertetendent. 

11:00 a tf^— Morning Worship. 

8:00 pjn.^Kvening Wcnrship. 

Wednesday: 8:00 p.m. — Mid- 
week Prayer Service, 

Thursday: 8:00 pjn. — Choir 
Practice. 



Bridge BaptM Chveh. 
London Bridge, Virginia, the Rev. 
J. P. Stone, pastor. 

10:00 a.m.— Sui^ay School. 

11:00 a.ni.— Morning Worship. 



enscoPAL 



GaHlee Episeoiml Chweh, the 
Rev. Bdmund Berkeley, rector. 

Services on Sunday: 8:00 ajn.— 
Holy Communion; 11:00 a.m.— 
Morning Prayer and Sermon. First 
Sunday In each month. Holy Com- 
munion and Sermon. 

Service of Holy Communion at 
10:30 a.m. on Saints' Days and 
Holy Days. 

Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.— Jun- 
iorJSenlor Department; 11:00 a, 
m.— Nursery-Primary Department 
in the New Parish House. 

Young People's Fellowship: 8:00 
p.m., Sunday, supper meeting, in 
New Parish Hbuse. 

The Vestry— 2nd Wednesday In 
each month, 8:00 p.m. 

QalUee Men's Club— 1st Wed- 
nesday In each month, 7:08 p.m., 
supper meeting, in New Parish 
House. 

Acolytes' Guild — 1st Saturday 
m each month. 10:00 a.m. 

Woman's Auxiliary — 1st "tues- 
day in each month, 11:00 a.m., in 
New Parish Hcu%. 

Bible Study Circle of Auxiliary 
— 1st and 3rd Mondays in each 
month. 8 p.m., in New Parish 
Rouse. 

Altar Guild meetings will be an- 
nounced. 



Eaatetn Share Ghapd, Oceans. 

11:00 ajn.— Morning Prayer and 
Sermon. Holy Communion fourth 
Sunday at 11:00 aln. 

First church prior to 1889; sec- 
ond church, 1727; third «nd pres- 
ent cfaurch.N^1754. "this is.ihe^old- 
est original ' ehujp^h building In 
Princess Anne County^ * 



Old Donation Birfaeopal Church, 

Witchduck Road. Lynnhaven. Va. 
The Rev. A. Webster Horstman, 
rector. First Church prh»r.to 1640; 
second church 1094 ;'^ present 
church 1732. 

9:00'Vi.m.— Charch School and 
Bible Class. 

10:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer 
and Sermon. 

Holy ^Communion and Sermon 
first Sunday each month at 10:03 
ft.m. 




mt Bev. W. A. Rlehardnn^ 
tor. 



<iiQrs> Wordtlp Oei'vlce. 

JoUkmh Simfaqw: 0:80 pm.— 
Preaehlnt. 

Thursday: 8:00 pja.^rrayer 



M:« 

9:80 pA.~T««fil 



aiemwk. tlM Bev. J. Ocs^tm mt- 



SehMri. 
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10:8t 
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Rev. If. R Hunt, pastor. 

10:30 ajB.— Svnday fltihnt, 
nranJt KuTtaiB, superlnteBdHit. 

11:80 aJB.— (Second md fotartli 
Smdays) Wondili> Servtee. 

Ctmnh, the 
Rev. N. F. Hunt, pastor. • 

10:80 ajn. — Mwning Worship. 

11 :00 a JB.— Sunday School. Wil- 
Uam L. Sp«ice, •opertntendent. 




th« Rev. J. OordMi 1^- 

■Ml, pwtOf. 

t:30 aJB. — SBnday Schocd, E 
ABnontf, auperintMMfent. 
11::^ ajn.— Moraine WanHOp. 
7:80 pJB.— Toofth reUow^lp. 
J: 30 PA.— nwyer Meetbig. . 



10:80 aA.— Church School. 
11:80 aA.— Mondi« Wordilp. 



TaAcraaele WHh a ila t Chatch, 

the Rev. N. F. Hunt, pastor. 

10:30 ajn.— Sunday School. Mrs. 
W. A. Hartley, superintendent, j 

11:30 am.— (Ftavt and tliTr^ 
Sundays) Worship and Sermon. 



Sir S0af9 mptkt CAwefe. Mar 

Court Reuse, Princess Anne Coun- 
ty, the Rev. Walter John Meade, 
P»sUn. , 

2:15 pJD.— Church School and 
classes for an ages. 

3:00 pjn. — Worship Services. 

A cordial Invitation is extended 
to an. 'J 



ChwMy MetkeMsl Ctatdiu Back 
Bay, Virginia, the Rev. Jaeoii W. 
Mast, pastor. 



Kala Cimnp ef Christ. Back 
B%f. Virgln^the Rev. RuaseO T. 
Smith, pastor. 

10:00 a.in.— Sunday School. 

11:00 a.m.— Lord's Supper. 

11:30 a jn.— Morning Worship. 



IHE lEAL tBtAlE CDmEt 




c. 

Lot t. 

: %tm fZJt. 
. Jr.. mat ait- 
mnae C. amm to l^artieai B. 

rme. ene-hiOr ttitefCM to Lot 
western M feet irf Lot » and 
eamrn nutt «l IM m, rm «l 
Bonteaf^n 818.80. 

Myrtle R. SMth taniM. Oar- 
rett Saalth to Itanry PHaer and 
So:Me tn^r. Lots 1 md 2, Re» i at 
of Site 'Ml Plat ot Ltaakh«Mra Affk; 
tax f7.S0. 

Harry Weisi>erK aikl Ifirteai C. 
WeMtterg to Ernest L. ham. h^ 
7, Btoek 2. Map of Sectloo 2. Bew 
Virginia Beach: tax 8405. 

^mde L. Oibbmu to Jama Beil 
an<f AUce BeO, IM 34, Bioek 2. 
Plat of Attantlc InvesUnent CoiB- 
pany; tax 90c. 

Carl LeRoy Larson and Thehna 
S. Larsim to Carl Christian Lar- 
son, Lots 14 am! 18, BkN:k.S5, Map 
of Shadow Lawn Hdghts; tax 30c. 

O. Scott Hathaway and VtrgbA* 
K. Hathaway to Sally S. Hatha- 
iiay. all their r^ht, tlOe and In- 
terest which is a one-half hiter- 
est in all real estate wherever situ- 
ated and especially one-half in- 
terest in Lots 23. 24. and 35. B'ock 
"L": Lot 22. Block "L," and Lot 
14. Block "L," Plat of Rudee 
Heights: tax 18.00. 

M. J. Fariar and Annie B. F.ir- 
rar to Gilbert J. Taylor and Sadie 




Coa^ai^^: tax 8».«». 

josqA Mnena. Ihru^e. 
1^ A. mteOB. Lota M asM 18, 
Bioek 2. Ptet of Oen&al fa^; 
taxIMJO. 
th^tef A. Betaim and Hattte 
Belacm to Laortai H. Plater 
Mm OraM PMter, Lot M. 
nock 2, Phit of 0«f«ral PSart; tax 



■va M. BeainrtiM BMOngHeM 
me W. B e dangfleM to Ar- 
tbm Zaaribos ai^ flelea 2aabofl. 
Lot 18, nock 8, Ftet of Central 
Pi^; tax nOSO. 

BMtrice B. Epstein and AvoM 
A. Epstein to Harry N. Kirkpat- 
rlek. Ivy I. Kirkpatrlek and VMla 
I. Mercer, ixH 2 and 10 feet of Lot 
4, Bk)ek 59, Map 8. 'Virginia Beach 
Development Coerqpany; tax 
$liM. 

Jame W. Stevens and Cecil 
Stevens, Sr., to MlMred H. Mur. 
pltj and Janie W. iMevens, Lot 14, 
Bkiek Si, Map 8. Vlrghiia Beach 
Devetopoent Compsny: tax 7Sc. 

Sam Levy and Jeannle L. Levy 
to Allen Culverhouse and Katie B. 
Culverhmae, 48.7 feet x 75 feet 
of Lots 18 and 20. Hock i8,.Map 
8. Vtavlnia Beach OefvekmKQt 
Compwuy; tax 813.30. 

Amelia O. McLean and George 
T. McLean to J. Willcox Dunn, 
Lot 18, Block 4, Flat of Uheitneer; 
tax 83.00. 



s, t*: 

U #. M^MStaMi trntS Aarte O. 
MeaehMi, BhKk Si, ec»lii^ 12 
lati, Flirt of Cnutm tmeU: ttx 



C. t*. BaRMTtf nd JOmm tm- 
MRl to ftnaA V. MkkMM, Lot 
« a«l western pitft ^ Let «. 
Flat of fMUes; tax 87.50. 

Whltt O. Seesoan Mid Martha 
B. SeanOM to Eddie L^ "Mer and 
Ai^ Mae Toler. Lots M ma 28. 
motM'M, Ptait of Shadow Lawn 
B^eMs: tax lie. 

maaat L. ToIm and Annie Mae 

T (dw to tlw SebOQl BOMrd of the 

Town of Virginkk Bmch. Lots 14 

and 15, BSoek 101, Plat <rf Lake. 

fwood; tax 75e. 

{ P. W, Acklas, TVttstw, to Arthur 
J. liBenfeld, Lot 1. E :": 18. Sec- 
ton E, Cape Kenry; t.i- 81 -^O- 



Life InsaraHee Death 
BeneAt Payments 
Drop Below 1918 

Virginia famines ireceived 8l<<- 
888,800 m Hfe mrarance death 
benefit pajneients In the first nhie 
months of this year, compared 
with 817,447,000 in the corres- 
ponding period of last year, the 
Institute of Life Insurance re- 
puted recently. The number of 
policies lsec<»ning daims in the 
first nine months was 21,737 &s 
compared with 23,832 in the cor- 
responding period of 1948. 



Emma^pdM Episcopal Church, 

Kenipeville, Va., built 1843. "(he 
Rev. A. Webster Horstman, rector. 

10:00 a.m.— Church School and 
Bi:le Class. 

11:15 ajn.— Morning Prayer 
and Sermon. 

Holy Communion and Sermon 
first Sunday each month at 11:13 
a.m. 



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METHODIST 



AIETIIODIST CHURCH 



18th Street near Pacific Avenue 
Rpv. Frank H. .Van Dyck, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.- Church School. O.C. 
Manso:i. sujerintendent. Classes 
ar:d Sermon. 

11:00 a.m. -- \l6rnlng Worship 
for il! ares 

6:30 p.n.— Y u ' '.1 Fellowship 
Meeting. 

8:00 p.m. -Evening Worship 




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Oceana Methodist Church, the 

Rev. J. Fletcher Osborne, minister'. 

9:45 a Jn.— Church School. R. P. 
W.ight, general superintendent. 

H:00 a.m.— Momiag..Jii[grship. 

7:00 p.m.— tntermediate^Blnlw 
Fellowship. 

Choir rehearsal each Thursday 
7:30 p.m. 

Boy Scouts each Friday at 7:30 
p.m. 

Official Board meets third Wed- 
nesday in each month at 8 p.m.' 

Junior 'Qflcial Board meets on 
fourth Wednesday in each mopi.i 
at 7:30 p.m. 

Cub Scout Pack meets on last 

Ihursday in each month at 7:30 

o.m. ^ 
rs 

Bethel, South Princess Anne 
Charge; the Rev. J. W. Reynolds 

pa.stor. 

10:00 a.m.— Church School. A. 
W. Parker, superintendent. 

1 1 :00 a.m.— W o r s h 1 p Service. 
fl:st and third Sundays. 



IVhat CanTke Pjpople Believe? 

Wfcen the Bntilmt kwywi In WMWngton f iW Iheif 8ail to put the Al^ 
iHMkM out for aO the ne«rqii4ier8 oTum United StBtit • itory giving in d«^ 

tiiii cMiqMUiy. ^ ^ 

When we ptibliahedl advettiieniento giving oiir oide of the CMe, they protested, even t^ 

and have contbtied to niake, in new8|Mpers, in speeches and over the rMlio these chwges that wouU^ 

ousiy damage our busfaiess, tf they were believed by the puUic 

Every weeic millions 6f American housewives patronize A&P stores. Many of them would not want to deal 
with the kind of people that the anti-trust lawyers represent us to be. 

We think we. have a right to protect this 90-year old business which has made it possible for millions of 
American families to get more and better food for their money, which is providing high-wage employment 
for 1 lO.OOQ Americans and which is helping millions of farmers to improve the methods of distributing 
their produce. ^ 

' No answer hy us wotdd he necessary if the anti-trust htwyers were always right. 

But they, like all other hunum benigs, can be wrong. 

In thb case we know they are wrong. ' . 

They have been wrong before. 

In case after case they made charges against A&P which were proved in court to be utterly vrithout foun- 

'i dation. ^ 

n ... 

\ We will prove that statement right up to the hih. 

The anti-trust lawyers tell the public that they won a previous anti-trust suit against us at I^nvilte. Illinois. 

They did. 

• - • 

• What they do not tell you is that they brought case after case against the A&P in federal courts all over 

the United States! Before they won this case they suffered three defeats. , 

The anti-trust htwyera have toM everybody about the U^ that the couHs 1^ ^^ 
, you are entitled to know about the three thnes the eoUHs said they were wrong. ^-..^^^ 

Now we are gohig to teU you about the first one. In futur^advertisemeiito we will tell you about all of them. 



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The Washiiigton Br^^ Case 



hi ApriL 1941, die anti-tnirt lawywt iMrought a crimuud suit In Waik- 
intloii, D. C. 

They dMuricd ttiat die AAP, two irocery dlM& competitmrk two kbor 
nmons and olliar good Aminean mtens had c o nsp ired to ns Mm i^ico 
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Can anycne imagine any charge calculated to be more damaging to. a 
retail grocery business) They asked millions of pe<^le to believe dkat 
W were the kind of grocers w^o would take bread out of the mouths of 
poor pec^le and make it harder for a wife and mother to feed her family. 

7Acf« dkarfti utere Mmt» 

In that case it developed that the A&P and the two competiton v^o «wrS 
charged with conspiring widi us to maintain hig^ bread pricn actually 
'sold bread cheaper than most of the other stores in Wa^ington. 

The anti-trust lawyers presented and argued their case. When they were 
dirough. Federal District Judge Allen T. GoMaborougli nried diat AM* 
and the c^ier defendanto did not even have to put in a defense. He 
ordered the jury to bring in a verdict of "not guilty." 

/mlg« Gofifs6oroagh nmf fo the miiH4nM hmyens 

"If yarn went to d^aw Hh» reeeni to amiy ajrpaiiamarf 
him. ienoyet ui the sPOfW, he ummrc tea yw Mait tshtm 
not any etrnf^ioe af all. 



So hfre w«a m case in which due anti-tratt kwyen mad^^scrtottriy damaging 
cbttrgM acaimi the A&P, in support of wMdi, b die worda of the^court, 
they did not kavo "any evidence at all." 

This was not the only time the anti-trust lawyers made charges against 
the A&P ^ich the courts i#kid were not true. In future ads we are going 
to tell you about thew other suits. We are not going to duck, either. We 
are going to tell you about the criminal suit that the anti-trust lawyers 
won at Danvillct Illinois. 



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"HoneeAy, t Imoe never in H»y mfer fm^ ^ 

mtce wemt ciiw a cm* mac wot ot mf^mumty mmemm or 
emdence «u f Ma. That i$ the Ibonesf im^, I htme neoer 
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The anti-trust lawyera say that diey ^we not attacking "bigness" or 
elfe»Micy. They have to say that because the courts have decided that 
"bignew" and elKdeiicy and selling at low prices is not a crime. 

But die fact is crjrrtid clear thajMhey only brought their bread suit against 
die big companies and against companies that sold good btead at the 
lowest prices; just as in this current suit they are attacking a hig company 
that sdils good food cheap. 

We are going to show die American people that the suit to defray A&P 
ia really a suit against eflidency and against real competition. 

The real que^on invtdved in diis rait is whether businessmen are going 
to be encourag ed to do a beUor and more ^Ibaent iob; or whether we 
■re goii^ to 1^ the uiti-traM lawyers in Washington blow die whiMle on 
anybody wlio gets b^ by givii^ die people more for dieir money. 




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AfTBl THE BBIS HANG and y<m 
ktaMd yoar BmI Girl or B«l Bmo lor 
th* Mew Twff, jron hini«d to datp jroor 
MH^ilwt't liand . . . and miiMd Jim 
JooM, who livaa nffiti door. Ho wotka 
for VEPCO, and il waa hia night ior "th« 
duty/' hut ha'll ttviah you a Happy Now 
' Yoar aomotimo this wo^. 

Among thoo/ibcr4!,25i Vepcoviana 
aro many moro of your Irlenda and 
neighhm who //ro and work ia Your 
"own . . . aomowhore along Virginia'a 
seaooatt . . . in th« valloys of Wail Vir- 
ginia . . . twoBty fflinutoa from tho 
Nalion'i Capitol ... in north«att«m 



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Ym, you anjoy dependable, and 
abundant dadrioiiy through tha aarv- 
icM of your triende and neighbora 
who work lor VEK!0. And, liko you . . . 
thay traaaura thair Amarkwn harltaga 
. . . the right to be aa aucceaaful aa^ 
the JndMduaVa mind and' energy 
wUi permit 

Jim and any of tha raat of ua who 
niiMd you Now Yaar'a Etra would lilta 
to add our friendly wiah to tha othars 
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leA Hbbm StaMartntlon CIA, 
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le. hmSem 
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t:3t pm.. t* London UrtOga 9n^ 
tlat Clmrdi. 

Wcdneaday. Jammrf 11: Creeds 
ntmta C>wwBB iTa yap CM^. i pm., 
Cfced> HISli 8ekoM. 

TiMmday, Jamwry 12: Virginia 
Beaeh Hmm Di|m<MMtration Ctab, 
1:3$ |»m., IMOM of Mra. Wllltem 
K. MaelXHMld. MVa Street, PMUie 
Avenue. 

PlrMbiy, JMmary 13: Training 
meeting for darden Ctialrmen at 
PrlneeM Anne Court Hoom. 

• • • 

Gatden CkalrMon lo Meet 

A leader training meeting for 
garden chairmen of the thirteen 
county home demonstration clute 
will meet Fridajr, January 13. in 
the home agent's office at Prin- 
cess Anne at 1:30 p.m. Mr. Vemoo 
Watts, horticulturist at the Vir- 
ginia Truck experiment Station, 
win have charge of the meeting. 
The garden chairman of eacn 
club is urged to attend. 

• • - • 

Rest Period for Palnsettias 

When the red leaves of the 
Christmas polnsettla plant drop 
soon after the holidays, many a 
housewife sadly and mistakenly 
concludes that the plant is dying 
and discaisijte it. This may be un- 
fortunate, tbecBuae the dropping 
of the leavo. after blooming in- 
dicates that tlw plant is golin in- 
to a normal nest period /which 
should last untii\about tne first 
3f May. With a IlUle care the 
plant may be kept In'tKloa condi- 
tion for blooming next year. 

After Ok leaves fall, put the 
plant in a cool place (40 to 60 
deg. F.) and water only sparing, 
ly. Shake off the old soil aild re- 



yatta 

garden kmm, 1 pavt wA relletf 
aMiwre and 1 pert leafmiM. Use 
a pot Just large enoi«h to heA6 
the maaav^ raaia frtQuaa^ erowd' 
tnih. aae p^fvMa for iwad drain- 
age. Water anooHi to kMp soU 
frdm drying. Ma^ to Jvma set 
the vtanl aiit-ef-do(»s, m full 
souhlne in northern arMS or m 
Ught ^mde m hot dmuitaa. Leave 
ttie piam outdoors until faO when 
nights beeoaae eotri. Then Iwlng 
indoora to a window where there 
is VMd Ught and air, a tempera- 
ture of about, 60 to 05 deg. F. and 
away from draft. Water regularly 
to prevent drying of soil. Keep the 
idant dark at night because ar- 
tillcial light may 'cause unsatis- 
factory flowering. 

Palnsettias cannot stand frost: 
may drop their leaves from drafts 
or too much warmth. 
• • • 

Blaehwater H-D MceUog 

The Blackwater Home Demon- 
stration dub metwith Mrs. Wal- 
ter Cox on Deceinber 14 at 10:30 
am. The pr^ldeni, Mrs. Tate, 
conducted th^ business meeting. 
New year tookA were distributed.' 
Miss Craig demonstrated Christ* 
mas decorations from native vines, 
shrubs, berries, cones, etc., to be 
used for decorations in the home, 
doorways and table center pieces. 
She also showed us an Indoor 
garden she had made In a large 
glass Jar. 

Following a covered dish lunch- 
eon, gifts were exchanged and 
each member contributed to the 
gift to be purchased by the Coun- 
ty Council for Miss Craig. Twenty 
persona were present. Including 
two visitors. 

—Mrs. F. O. Baum 



'-Homemakera' Items 

Antl-oxldants now on the mar- 
ket will keep home-rendered lard 
from getting rancid. 

The frnti-oxidants are available 
under aeveral trade names at most 



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45.50 Grinder and Polisher. 40.00 

57i0 Sander ; .... 50.08 

150.00 DusUess Sander .A?&h 

C^OO Guild Saw-6-inclj 57.50 

49.50 (;;*ndSaw-4^-incli ...43;50 

29.00 No. 45 Stanley Plane 25.00 

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Tte 

ia "pfap^-fapate." 

• • • 

Wm lAi emXtf-maOe and Miex- 
pMMtw ^hrtettnu t^t, \m aev- 
and iat eoasten, tha Uid yon use 
mdCT your famttiwe. 0^eet a 
favorite napriiot, md trace tlw 
circle of the coaster on It. Be sure 
to ene^m the gkua so it tak« In 
the baa* part (rf the i^ctore. C\it 
out the pitture and testen to un- 
der^de of coaster with UanqMr- 
ent glue or househokl oemetA. Cot 
a- circle f/om blotting paper or 
felt, and glue to the botttMn of 
the coaster. There, you have a.n 
attractive ash tray or paperweight 
— personalized. 

• • • 

A cardboard carton may be uwd 
to make a waste paper box. Fold 
the flaps in to give strength and 
durability. Paint box. Inside and 
out. Then decorate with pictures 
or CMitrastlng tape. Oive the bos 
an all-over coat of shellac or clear 
varnish. 

• • « 

Here's a new use for cranberry 
saucr' Put a generous spoonful uf 
the sauce in the center of muffin 
batter in the muffin pans— and 
you'll have good cranbeny muf- 
fins. 

• • ■ • 

When your kitchen range has 
dark, greasy stains that ordinary 
washing or wifrtng will not re- 
move — treat It with ammonia 
fumes. ^ 

Place a shallow bowl of house- 
hold ammonia, or a wadded cloth 
moistened with ammonia, in the 
oven for several hours or over- 
night. 

If the oven door is left open 
after baking and imtil the. oven 
Is cool, not so many stains will 
result. This practice also helps 
prevent rusting of the metal sur- 
faces by steam from food. 

• • • 

To extract onion Juice, cut a 
slice from the bott^ of the onion, 
invert over a lemon squeeter and 
tWist. Thus it is pMslble to get 
any desired quantl^ of onion 

Juice. -^ 

• • • 

Make soap Jelly ay saving the 
chips and ends o^all bar soaps 
that an no lotutor large enough 
to handlV-llel^l the remains of 
the soap bars together and store 

in a Jar. 

• • • 

Milkor cream that turns sour 
la a leftover with a useful future. 
Sour milk may replace sweet Ui 
baking, and give lightness, ten> 
demess, and flavor to almost any 
hot bread, as well aa to ginger- 
bread and spice cake. In substi- 
tuting sour milk for sweet, use ah 
equal quantity of the sour. Add 
Just enough baking soda to neu- 
traliie the acid. About one-half 
level teaspoonful of the sodk^fa 



f«raaAc«»af 



If OMmdkltjai 

IBs ttoe aodhi with tlia diy te- 
gicdtaBia. Dont add it Orcctly to 
the milk. "^^^ 

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23ppers ImM beat if niey are 
MKctwd on by OMehme rMher 
liuui by Imdd. SCiteli the upper 
119a to the f(M of goods, doae to 
Ilia netai of the ^ppcr, tbm trim 
off any ottra fabrk to the width 
of the tape, and stitch so there 
win be no Jooee ends to catch In 
the adiver. 

* * * 

Mixing home-tendered lard with 
vwetable shortening win make the 
lard keep fresh and swetft twice 
as loBvr says Miss Janet Cameron, 
Cxtenslmi Service nutrltiimlst at 
V. P. I. , 

She reporis that farm famllin 
who used this simple. efTectlve 
pdeaJis fA preserving lard during 
4he last two seasons found it hlgh- 
W satisfactory. With hog-butcher- 
ing time here, she is recommend- 
ing the method again. 

Only two or three pounds of 
the hydrogenated vegetable short- 
ening are needed for eiwsh fifty 
pounds of lard. Add the shorten- 
ing to the remlered l^d in the 
kettle. Just before settling and 
separating the cracklings. Aiioth- 
er method is to mix the shorten- 
ing with melted lard in the stor. 
age containers. In this case tha 
shortening should be stirred care- 
fully until entirely melted and 
mixed thoroughly with the lard. 

Miss Cameron emphasizes that 
hydrogenated (hardened) vege- 
table shortening .should be used. 
It is sold luider various trade 
names and any good brand will 
do the Jo':. 

She advises storing home-ren- 
dered lard in tinned «wiAalnera, 
wtil'ch should be free of gust. Since 
contact with air causes lard to 
spoil, containers should be flUcd 
to the top and closed tigtitly. Af- 
ter filling, store the cans or pails 
of lard in a cool, dry place. 



Seafood Rich in 
Basic Minerjils 

Inhabitants of regions where 
soil is poor in essential minerals 
— notably in large parte of New 
England and the Southeast- 
should eat plenty of seafood. 
Many such people suffer from 
chronic malnutrition, because 
everything growing *ln these ret- 
ions, including the anlmala, is 
more, or less deficient in such 
vital ingrediento as iron, calcium, 
phosphorus, and copper. Cosmo- 
politan magazine reporto the nu- 
tritioniste' explanation that, a^ 
man has not yet despoiled the 
sea, ite food producte are stiU aa 



lafnuU 



trltious as ever. 



USED CARS! 

An Outstanding Sale 

Of Good Used Cars 
Priced From $100 




1939 Chevrolet 2 

1937 Ford2-Door 

1938 Chevrokt 2-Door 
1937 Ford2-Door :^ 

1942 Chrysler 4-Door New Yorker 

1939 Cadilhc 4-Door Convertible 
1942 Pontiac Torpedo 2-Door 
1939 Bukk Special 2-Door 

1939 Plymou^ 4-Door 
l»tt Plymouth 4-Door 

Small Dbwn Payments — Easy Terms 

Coal^ Motor Co., Inc 

YOUR rHRYSLER-PLVNOllTH DEALER 
21st and Pacific Phwm 122$ - ItM 



HoUTry-outofer 
nay January 9-10 

T^-out tor the Little Theatre's 
iwst inroduction, to be meaented 
^brvary 20-21. will be held Mon- 
day and Tuesday. January, 9 aiMI 
10 at the Little Theatre Work- 
shop, at the rear of the Comoiuni- 
ty House, at 8 p.m. 

The reading and casting <xm- 
mittee iaa announced that it will 
interview actors with three plays 



THE vntcmiA KBAm FfgWS 



FKIPAY. JAHVAKf *, 1»» 



CMtet Mftir Ctapaiy WW 
Shtwiiig 1950 Cbiysler Can 



Bids Opened at Town 
Hall Wednesday for 
Street Construction 

W. H. Scott, of Franklin, was 
Urtr /bidder for street construction 
work at Vhrginla Beach in the 
towns pnnfrain to improve pav. 



. ing. and drainage In the area fr<mi 

in mind, all in the same general Pacific Avenue to Baltic Avenue 



category of psychological mystery 
and embracing a wid# variety of 
characters, both male and female, 
of all ages. 

The committee decided to try 
this expe.lment in casting because 
df -past difficulty in casting one 
particular show. AH of the shows 
selected are, in the opinion of the 
committee, equally good, and in 
this may„.^nr'^i possible cast 
can ^Tobtained for one of them. 

The plays under consideration 
are '^Kind Lady," by Edward Cho- 
corov, adapted from a story by 
Hugh Walpole; "Night Must Pall." 
by Emyn Williams; and "Angel 
Street." 

Try-outs are open to cveryon?. 
and all those Intee stcd in acttan 
are urged to come. 



Bids were opened at the Town 
dall on Wednesday. 

The low bid was $136,849.28 for 
a soil cement type of paving?. 
There were six bidders, bidding on 
two types: «A> soil cement, and 
<B) crushed stone finish. 



. Itevld A. .Wallace, president of 
the Chrysler Division of Chryslor 
Corporation, anmninced Wediwa- 
day that the J950 Chrysler cars, 
embodying complete exterior and 
interior testyling of all models 
and an impressive list of other 
improvements, will be offered at 
prices unchanged from those of 
the corresponding models of the 
preceding line. The new cars went 
on disj^ay at the Coates Motd^ 
Company, local Chrysler dealer, 
shew roams yesterday. 



Work at Meeting of 
Coolie PTA Monday 

Miss Mabel Brltt, visiting teach- 
er of Princess Aniw Cmmty's 
schools, wUl speiOc on her work 
kt the regular January taisiiwss 
ineeting of the Willoughlar T. 
Cteke School Parent-Teac|ier As- 
soc^tion Mcmday. Janiiwr '•r-at 
3:15 p.m. in the school auditor- 
ium. 

Parents are urged to attend. 



ACCENT IS ON STYLE M 1950 CMRYSUR MODELS 



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boo^r on the brakes of the eight: 
increased visibility through a rear 
window that has 27 per cent more 

.... . glass area; a slight increase h\ 

According to Mr. Wallace, h^jght ^idth and length, a widei 
Chrysler has invested a very large; ^g^^j. ^^^^^ p„ ^yie sixes, and a re- 
amount of money in designing and I flnement of nume^us features in 

, »- ..I «/ it-- laiiA I . . ... 



.jijjp preparing to produce^ the 19«> | (,.Q(,y,gjj j^ tj^^ 1943 models. Nine 
«nri, involves .utieriiu and ,""'■ *' ' "'""■ '" ""'' ".""» teen bodV sljjes are listed and 1; 

ri„.r.n,.v.:rs and side «'*'^„™x''c^^^^^ "'•"""' ^^'r""- """ ■" 

..reets In the area „ wel, » the ^;!?;:,.':;,';%r,::eTlrS- ■"''" "" ''°'"'' "^^ 



PilMng. 

Other bidders and their bids 
were: Blrsch Construction Com- 
pany, Norfolk. $151,609 on alter- 
nate A, and $160,598 on B: Ames 
and Webb. Norfolk, $166,479 and 
$199,341; the Scott company 



ards the public wishes to apply 
The 1950 factory retail prices a 
Factory, Detroit, are as follows, 
not including federal and local 
taxes— Chrysler Royal: Four Door 
Sedan, $2,021; Eight Passenger 
Sedan, $2J05; Club Coupe. $2,062 



$136,849 and $164352; Virginia | g^^^j^j^ ^^gon, $2,98. Chrysler 
Engineering Corporation, Newport Lyj^jj^^^. ^^^^ uj^r Sedan. $2,- 



Construction Corpora 
folk, $101,071 on altema 



Local Composer Has 
Work Played on Air 

A Tlieme and Variations for 
Piano, written by Johan Franco. 
Dutch-born composer now residing 
at Virginia Beach, was played re- 
cently on Dr. Sigmund Spaeth's the occasion. 



teWs. $143,733 af»d $197,977; C u^. g,gj,t Pai»snger Sedan, $2 
a. Lawsoh, Williamsburg," $151.- Lgp. Limousine? $3,010; Oonverti- 
926 and $174,536; Sag^^guard , y^ ^^^ ,2.608; Club Coupe. 

"~" $2,186. Chrysler Saratoga: Pour 



torara^^ 
temate^ 



Nor 
only 



music education program heard 

jver the Ainerican BroadcasUng ' Door Sedan 



Door Sedan, $1^503; Club Coupe 
$2,478. Chrysler New Yorker: Pouc 
$2,613: ClU3 Couoe 



Appearance Improvements begin 
at the front bumper and are car- 
ried through to the rear Bampeiy 
giving the new line distinction 
and indtv'iduality. Different styl- 
ing features have been incorpor- 
ated in the sixes and in the eights 
so that one is readily distinguish 
able from the other at first glancs. 
Among the points of differen:e be- 
tween the two lines are the jfcrk- 
Ing lights, the length of the mold- 
ing, on the front fender, the name- 
plate on the front of the radiator 
and the wheel cover. 




Hw Clvysicr MJ» New tmAa — . -— - ■ 

new radlatw griDe, better vWMMjr tnm Ihe tarfw 



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Rear view rf the Clurysler tWlndsm' scries Newp*!, 
a new steel top "convertiUc" with dbtlnctlve ityUiig 
around the rcw window and no window or door 
posts to obstmct the view when windows are down. 



Intnier o( Oo HM Cbyslw New Jnkn fow-door I 
sedan, dio«d«f A« new arm rest on thedoora, ■ 



waflio pattoit In tho door piind uphobt ory and 
the center prm rest in the rear scirt. 



System an^IwOH 
The performer 
Masselos, Dr 



was William 



Norfolk Southern Bus Corp. 

BUS SCHEDULES 

THIED STREET. VA. BEACH — BUS STATION, VA. BEACH 

SERVING SHADOW LAWN 

EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 25, 1949 



Leave 
Tliird Street 



Arrive 
Bus Station 



Leave 
Bus Station 



Arrive 
Third Street 



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8.101 
8:30* 
9:30 

10 30 
11:30 
12:30 

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$2,588; Convertible Coupe, $3.06J. 

„»„ .. On all New Yorkers and Sara- 

Spacth-rguestlor ' togas and on the Royal and Wind- 
sor Eight Passenger Sedan, Lim- 
ousine and Station Wagon a spec- 
ial vacuum operated power unit 
braking system to reduce pedal 
pressure and increase brake re- 
sei-ve, which was available as ex- 
tra equipment last year, is now 
included as standard equipment 

Mr. Wallace also announced 
that all Windsor, Saratoga, and 
New Yorker models, Chryslers 
wonderful automatic Prestomatic 
Fluid Drive Transmission will be 
standard equipment at no extra 
cost and at the very low price cf 
$115 as extra equipment on the 
Royal mcdels. 

In its 1950 line Chi-ysler offers 
new styling. Inside ^nd out; the 
introduction of an entirely new 
body style available in both the 
six- and eight-cj^inder lines; im- 
provements in the instrument pa- 
ne!, larger brakes on the six-cyl- 
inder mcdels and an improved 



Black Face T'mes are P. M.; all other Times are A. M. 

P\\ sc! edu.es Daily eKcept as otherwise indicated. 
'-Dai'y e.xce'^t Smria.vs and Holidays. 
- -Sundays and Holidays Onlyi 



• « 



: Men's Bible Class 

' M«thodiMt Church. * 

* IHth and Atlantie 
<t:45 a.n. to 10:4B ajik • 

* IlaroU Kelbun, Teacher * 

* RVKRHUDY WELCOME * 

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BUS STATION — CAVALIER HOTEL — 89th STREET 

BUS SCHEDULES SERVING VIRGINIA BEACH 

^ (Effective September 25, 1949) 



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Black Face Times lAr P. M.; aU oth^ Times arr A. M. 

All Scl^ules Daily except as otherwise indicated. / 

'-Schedule operated Daily except Snndays ind HQ!>ia.v^. 

•-Schedu!e operated Daily except S&rurday.s PjnHay?;. ar.d Ho'dnys 
-Scbedule operated ^uidays aiM Hollday.s Gnlv. 



BiM Ho; Ida: 




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A classic ofUmg^low and lovely styling 




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Hw it bl Now on Dispkiyt The beautiful I960 Chrystef 
... the beauty surprise of the year! From muurt new front 
to smart new rear, every sleek, trim line was deliberately 
s^led to ^ve it a new long, low streamliiMd look! With 
stunning iww interior selectrans, new nylon fabrics, new 
patterns . . . it's today's new style classic, innde and out! 
And again for 1950 Chrysl^'s beauty reflects the souiri 
engineering and the solid oomfort^jnside. Again tiwre's 



headroom, legroom and dioulder^room to spare! Chair- 
he^t seats! Surprising visibility all-around ... in the 
easiest of all cars to get into and out of, plus all Chrysler's 
grrat exdusives— including completely waterproof igni- 
tion Biystem. You've got to see and drive it to realfy appre- 
aate it ... to know the wonderful tilings that haVe been 
done to make it the smartest, most comfortable— the safest, 
sweetest driving car today! (19 new body styles availabte.) 



BEAUFIFVL 
1950 



CUlWSiEH 



TODAYS NEW . 



COATES I\I0 

21st St. & Pacific Avo. 



STYLE CLASSIC 

/ 

TOR CO , Inc. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 



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tm, rvMtMd «bm IBlad; tlwn 
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SfiMi orgsDntafttloii. » 

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"tkt UttkMti ftowMhrttoo for Iii« 
fsnttto Paniijntt is auAuisi^iif 
M PMUdiMitlda «f •ehoei-aie 
ffaot III tAr lilareli 4f Olain. 
CSMran, purtiauliir^ tiMM tn the 
irades. liaTfl s vltid 
) la {i^ptot otliet cAdldren, 
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tJeaa»m the IHt poUo cpi- 
dei^. Ill «Meh over MJM pcr- 
soM awe strldicai. ae a "natlenai 
ealamity," Om eald tlie oomtrr* 
beet defraee apdnet the dieoaee 
ifr-and elnce IMt haa been— the 
aimval March of Diaiee. 



In ana out of eiwry ll?e fatal 
traffte aeddoMs darhw 19«. tiie 
drlmr's tMod waa ofa e cu re d . flnow 
or rain or diet on windebMae ud 
other obMructMna on the car It- 
eelf aeeotnted tm two-llftfaa of 
theea aeeideiHa. 



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man bartnes^ 

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PoUowtaC the briH 
sto^ a CiMTtrtgat iwrty 
C^lrtaMa «aaMi and 
aierc eoodneted by the 
and ipteea ircre won by Mm. W. 
C. Ortftin and Mn. J. a Sryaat. 
Oifie wen abo preaented to the 
Jndfee: Mra. tUarf Iteska, Mrs. 
imm A. White and Mr^ A. L. 
Riafhlrt^ of the Lan^anonl Gar- 
den Clab. 

The etory. "Gttft of the Mafi," 

waa read ^ Mra. i, R. Bryant. 
* 

At the oonclualon of the soclid 
hour iffreehmenta were aerved. 

SaibMie ware awarded to Mn. 
J. P. Jendgan. Mm. J. R. ftyan^ 
Mra. R. U Baale, Jr., Mia. T. J: 
Taylor, Mrs. Heraaa OHver, ^rs. 
C. Bi.MMdrey, Mis. E. X. Seay, 
Mia. imy HoUkan, Mn. M. R 
Pndeer. and Mia. 8. R. Robi^w. 



?ipi on Coffee 



Onless coffee ia vacuiun-paclced, 
it's a good Idea to buy it in small 
quantiti»— not more than a ten- 
day supply at a time. In its article 
on "I^ to Make Oood Coffee," 
the December ianie of Oood 
"^ffllotisekeeping magazine alao 
points out that, whether it's made 
of glsM or metal, a coffeepot must 
be kept sparkling clean. If a fUter 
cloth is used In the coffee makhtf. 
it dumld be rinsed thorough^, 
scalded with hot water, and kept 
in water between uses. 



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Baby-8 Formula 

Busy mslhers may And it more 
convenient to prepare iMby's for- 
mula in a porcelain enameled dou- 
ble boiler. It takes a little longer 
to prepare BflT formula over boil- 
ing water instead of over dlrebt 




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1%e Vligili Oeooral Aascmbly 
to set the wka^ 
e eh btate . prenarly 
the m*m SM Miiawaiy ol the maA- 
few of fha Bmt p aa iaiwnr mm- 
h* saaiMMBt to AMriea, at 
Jaawal ow ii. Co— w a nder Raymond 
B. Wmom. af Rewpcvt Mews, 
pra s td s nt df the Wivinto Travti 
Gom^ has forwarded reHtatlaaa 
tUi nqeest to ttie Oever- 
ef l^gtoto . tlw raatAiftms 
a* the neoBt ma- 
nt the Oeoneil to 
RlchamML ' 



WITH OUR /iiitA/¥ VISUBAUNCER WI CAN 
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Virgliifa BMeh Mitars, Im. 

GENKRAI. TIRE MSAT.ERS 
ITlh Strwt Ph«ii« «4 



M. Thaiapson. of Oay- 

lOTd, who waa a rarideirt of Ror- 
Mk at tta ttae ti the tereen- 
fka Ceaadl of how 
for the laweatown Bipo- 
dtkm wwe lonnibited at M^folk 
and tiia Cmmea ItSamtA his ad. 
wtth a lean e st that the Aa- 
r "breath a stddr aaen^ at 
Itoa for tta panmB of ro- 
wfesrt lorW of ob- 
kjBB^op^air and ttut 
tha astffi^erdiimas fna the 
llttrd Cangiaasionsl Dialriet of 
fflrgWa la anneatad aa a member 
of tbii troop." 

Janestown' WW have Its 36«th 
aiwJTrirsarr to IM7. Jamestown 
now II nnder tte jtdnt ownership 
of the AaaociiUion for the l^eser- 
vatkm of Virgtola Antiquities and 
of the RatioiialPsijc^ Service. It 
iW iy 



is visited aimUlT 



thousands. 



h«tt, but thia method re«iir^ 
less attention and there is no dan- 
ger of scorching. 




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Sale Run» through January 14th— Only! 
Quantities Limited! 

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NO, we just couldn't hdd back the 
whole big Btiick line for 19S0. 

Th^'re too gpod-looking— too miKh fun 
todtive-too jam-packed with stepped-up, 
higher-compression, ready-to-ramble 
power-to be kept under cover. 

ijo maybe you've idready seen toam 
■ 1950 Buicks on the highway. 

~Maybe you've noticed the extra "git up 
and travel" they have-glimpsed the Vnde, 
curving windshields (one piece, in most 
models)— noted, aj^rovingly, that the 
^ical Buick taper Is now found in all 
Buick fenders. 

JVlaybe ^u've even heard something. . . 




That there are more than a dozen-and-a- 
half models to choose from. That there 
are three power plants in tl^ Bukk Ime 
—all of h^hei; compression, all stepped 
up in power. 

tliat all modek are big and roomy indde 
—some rear seats are better than a foot 
wider than before ! —yet in every instance, 
shorter over-all, so easter to handle, park * 
and garage. 

/Vbove all, maybe you've heard of 
exciting mws on price... 

ThatJ}ynaflow Drive, for instance— 
standard oh Roadmaster models, (^ 
tional on all others-now costs 
, 20% less than on 1949 mo^b. 



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That in the foil yne-SPECiAL, Supek md 
Roadmaster sNies-fAere is a Biuck to 
/if prar^coUy every Iki^er aAow ffte vciy 
hwesti 

r ictured above » the } 950 Super 4-ddiir 
Sedan, (me (^ dttiiew Bukk bod^ ^pes 
hut 1956. At your Buick dNderli ate mon 
actual mo^ls, the ^i^k^ itatf ob otSkm, 

Hadn't you better see hin-i^t amr— 
and see if you, too, dw't ind Jmidc "top 
choice for 1950"? 



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I Id mrtaifowl ., 

htm HmtA a BMlor t^^om tnm a tt/tOm grooad mA 
- — *•-'--- — ^. , lapecdB 9 tne ru or flMMa 0f«r 
ha?e a hlU to left or rtgM. ho la MK 
t WWiteMd br the reeent do- uik yon he te one <rf a oover wMel- 
itat of Meolor Hid other ^^a, nlaed here: that the eoroy 
mmm>md oud rarioties tA ieqpedna ' i^s regoter flfiraTS aa f oaea lunre 
Italy Qoall food plants help G> nmways. nd Oiat the next croue 
prarent enMon, and nort of then tiggOmA win very likely MIoir the 
are tanportant acril^ buOders. 'same course, lio^. whm the open 

Certain predator- and rotoiG Mason eoanos, you win know 
eantrd studies have paid huid- enough to have your companion 
SOOM returns, and lave reveated gai^uy posted there before yoo 
MBdlts and IlmitaUons of con- approach the cover with dog and 
Irol programs. I gun. --~\ «. 

That line trout In the freoaw, ^^^^ characteristic trait of 
!■ pmhafily the result of mproved ^^ ^^^^ ^ ^^f long « he 
hatchery methods resulting ^J^^^^OiaiZiamMliHa^ he wUl re- 

*._^ •-- ». n>«ta hidden while you pan; but 
lteandgamelssome«mAju*W- ^^^^^^^^ you stop or change 

^ *«« '""^^y^l""!? *^ thinks you have dlstovered him 
atlons are being detormtaed by _ . ' . _ 



M taoi can apMHr hat to do 
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and oval tans of 
dUfertintt stMO. xno wni~fMflii^aci 
apemr wotf t dioar oil BMfO Hun 
the mlnatest «iurtl^ of mefial 
articles that mtght drop into 
foods ^Ml be Mten uidcnowlnfly. 
aoo(d Roinekeeptag magaaln^s 
Institute, whose titers open 390 
cans while Investigatiivr one can 
opener, 'alio aaes extremely sensi- 
tive, aialytical balanee seafi^ to 
weigh the amount of metal par- 
ticles prodoced hi thf process. 



reaeaieh. 



, and hell be off. 



We already know a great deal ' Or. Wflllam J. Long, well known 
about game management and ha- naturalist, claims that from the 
Utat control, but we need much way ■ grouse rises you may ofter 
more infonnaUon. Everyone ad- , Jndge where he will make a land- 
nUts ttat all research hasn't paid Ing. If he noisily rises high on s 
off. Many roMarch programs have ' parabolic flight, after about a 1« 



I aM aea fiw 
Ol an o B eM itei miftanoMle 
the 
Day iUMMd. "A 
lrlan\drened eonpisMy tai 
auoam ts aniool ttnrM»e to the 
driver nnfH Qm ear la duigifOMs* 
ly cloae. Hence, the aeeeasity for 
wearing whtte or reSictor mter- 
tel ifter darfe." 

"Ttu hlghost percentage of pe. 
destrlan aceidmts occur at nMfht 
cm nnughtod streets." emitttnied 
Mr. Dey la announcing the "Wear 
White After DariC.Mve to be 
conducted In local schoc^ this 
month by t& Tidewater Autcmo- 



feot; 

a tarve aroa of wMla M 

2M to yn te^U tm» emt Om 

dMrtir <Ma^eo H irbore fhf *tv< 

er la fkeinf glariaf Bghta." 

To Mof tMa mesaafe to cMl- 
*«n. the TMewMor AntoasoMfe 
AaMeialbn tMa month is prenrld- 
ing pesters wad katon o^ for 
teachers entltletf "Wear While 
AftCT Dak."' 

The porter is one bf the ten 
flist-prize winners m the Sth Ifa- 
tiomr Safety Poster Contest, con- 
ducted by Hw AAA^and affmated 
automoMle clube, and was drawn 
by rat Fascher. 321 FMrth. Ave- 



lyhMftoyMliflMrttfM- 

of -ivay to 

iMiOirt toamM 
foia,"!!* 

'H _ 

tag ehiMraik oia niportMBoa of 
watclttv for' taming can before 
eroHlBff the strioto, fbo TMItwa- 
ler AvtMiobUe AaMslafMi has 
provlAd posters vimd tamrn vaidts 
to teachers thto monOi, entitled 
"JTatch for Tonring Cmm," t» 
part of its dvic aafo^ edoeatlon 
program. 

The poster is om of the ten 
flrst-prtee wlnn»s ta the 9U) M- 
tlonal Safety Poster Contest, eon- 



dBianOy, a tolai Of MHW m- 
Ma ftnBMmB Mn gifuiv MWia^ 
hoora'a monyt to tftO W9t$ 1* dr 
near Ihilr tam mmillm^ jUb 

f6f<M. todajra tmo f otimeoiri M» 
latraU r y^smjiw than tHUt twm* 
mm oolmterpartB, wiOk JttflMf 
hoatoaseo hi their late l««a iH*' 
Ing w the largaat group. TMil 
are popiilar partners for daMMl. 
gimea, plenloa, partM and apteUd 
OSO progndii. 



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been ruined hy weak or improper 
admlialitratlon, by incompetent 
by an unsymiwthetic 



yards straight-away he turns lef 
r right and volplanes down tc 

^«..».., -, —^ eafth. But if his take-off is low 

^d^l'purttier, many wildlife re- 1 he will usually slant up into f 
aearch programs are so complex ttee, preferably an evergi^n. 
ud perplexing that progress has ^ The buU-roarlng take-off of the 
necessarily been slow. ! ruffed grouse has two effects on 

But wildlife research, It should a sportsman: It startles him, anc' 
be remembered, is comparatively it makes him shoot tco fast— anc" 
young, still struggling through miss. The best grouse shot 1 ever 
gi«iwlng pains. In comparison with khew would walk up to a pollltlnr 
the record of industrial and many dog with his double hammer gur 
other fields of research, the rec- slanttng muple down from t 
ttrd of wildlife research Is sur- crooked arm, and he never 




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iUdy md Tmmv tMh< op ond 
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itimi a Mxetf-op flair! 

AeeMs a« tlM several eot^Ocs 
feiMe op over ttie hoHdajv^liat 
«MM of 'em have made np. flow 
alNRit tt, Catherine? 

^eanette COleman. irho were 
fM with at the danee FHday 
iAfiAII Couldn't iMve been Stan., 
ley. Muldit?? 

iUA, Cofnray, who was tlMr ea- 
M yM were with at the dance? 
OmeA It be a new romance?? 

Ctoonle Cooke went to Rleh- 
■iod for a week and says 4ie had 
A good time, but she still says 
'Ae's having boy-friend troutdes 
Hould It be the boy from the 
Itaeh who haa gone back to ed- 
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OeMa tlMtla iMMa 

lltie Delta Theta Christmas 
Dance was held Oecefuber 30 at 
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Otld yeUoW crepe paper were used 
^.ict ifecorations. Free refreshments 
were served. About 100 attended. 
—Eleanor Smedley 
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The beautiful ring that Leanore 
Holt Is proudly wearing? It sure is 
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Connie Coke's new cashmei'e 
sweater she had on last Tuesday? 
Qee whii, we t\\ think it Is no 
purrrtyl 

a:1 ofthp scarfs that the girls 
got for Christmas? Tljey really 
are in style now, and boy, do they 
lok sharp I 

Wesley Barnes* new green corr 
dtmy Jacket he is sporting 
around? 

tUchard AbEolum's pretty tan 
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BUrs larks grod on you, tMck! 

Vertton Stevens' bright red plaid 

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i "-e rev nylon sweaters that all 

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T«PlayforD«lieeto 

WkkliPvUkbiTtted 

, "intb the tMK oT^Nim ite 
lilt yes's eoOeetion <A 1fl$M for 
ttw Maivh 0* Wrnee. the loeal 
clMirter of the Hattonal F*aw1«- 
tion for InfciitUe nyiil'^ '^ 
s w imi n t toAo Idgli fe«r tlite ««ek 
in an etftnt to make • good atnt 
early In the drtte. 

l^imcirtliv a fall KtiedDle of 
noney-raMng erents w M 1* » » 
dance en SatnnlaT night spouor- 
ed by the local Junior Chamber of 
Connnerce. Tickets are moving 
rapidly according to Frank Mal- 
bon, chairman, who anticipates 
that the Panorama Room will be 
fUIed. Tickets are still availabte, 
however. 

Music for the dance wHl br fur- 
nished by Buddy Myers" orchw- 
tra, one of the most popular in 
this area. Dahcing will be from 9 
until 12:30. The ballroom will be 
gaily decorated for the affair, the 
Jaycees say. 

All proceeds wUl go to the local 
chapter, 

Coin fcoxes aie to be distributed 
by Mrs. Sidney Kellam and her 
rommittee immediately following 



Oeeana^KempsviOe 
BiiAeteenlHeet 
Temght at Oceana 

diGciina Gta'lfl Hare 
Rem^ of Ho Defeats 
For th jg Scaao ii 

The Oceana badcettaD teams 
will meet their county rivals, 
Kempivllle. on the Oceana court 
January 13. toolcht. The pressure 
win be on Oceana stance they are 
defendlitt (lie county champion- 
ship. As usual a close, hard-fought 
game is expected In^iia confer- 
ence contest. y 

Oceana win meet the Poquoson 
teams Tuesday, January 19, on 
the Oceana court. 

Oceana defeated' Oreat* Bridge 
42-16 at Oceana last Friday. The 
Cavaliers, clicking from the start,'^ 
opened a large gap at the start 
and continued to gain the lead 
throughout the game. The start- 
ing Ave consisted of Pat Neal. 
Fred Ridge. Bobby Rice. Wilson 
Johnson and Bobby-Jo Gardner 
Bobby Rice was high scoref with 
e'even points. 

The Oceana girls also won over 




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Uibea fNM ii oium M 
I CWIsM fceelvei her award at a fleeltag «f <ke W •- 

I dab of Cbisaptsbr Beaeli. Mie ergairiaalloa wMA reeen- 
! ilHrt she be l ec egnto ed f«r her hmiliw. tte'ww wHh Mto 
CWIew (third from left) are: Mlm ftarl iNrty. AmerlMa fli« 
Craas. Mrs. L. L. OWwi, preddeni of Ihe Chesapeake flcMh Chib. 
and Mr*. %. L. Cooper. (Simaaens Pholoi 



The Cavaliers met Portlock on 
Tuesday night on the Oceana 
court. The Oceana boys lost in an 



the parade which will start off Great Bridge Prlday night by a 
the drive on Saturday morning, s^cre of 41-35. High scorer of the 
January 14. at 10 a.m.'the boxes ^ game was Nellie Stafford 
will be Waced in business locations 

throughout the town. 

Fire Chief B. B. Bayne has stat- 
ed that plans are completed for 
the most elaborate parade even 
seen at the Beach. 

It n)ll form on 25th Street and 
proceed sooth to 17th Street, to game with Portlock Tuesday 
Mediterranean. Beautifully decor- j night. The game proved to be ex- 
ated flats Will be in the line of citing and cbse, the final score 



Poole Askfl Permit 
To Build Wharf at 
Ljmiihiiyen Inlet 

' An A^my Department permit 
has been requested by J. P. Poole, 
of London Bridge, Virginia, to 
construct a wharf, drive piles, and 
dredge in front of his property on 
Long Creek, about 500 yards east 
of Lesner Bridge, Princess Anne 
County, Virginia. 

Sixteen pairs of piles would be 
driven along the shore of Archi- 
bald Island, on the south side of 
the creek, to provide moorings for 
small Iwats. The offshore line of 
piles would be placed about 15 feet 
channelward of the shore. A wha'f 
58 feet by 20 feet would be con- 
structed on the north shore of the 



overtime game h. which Jjortlock . ^ ^^^ ^^^^ downstream 

proved the slfSilft in thfe last ^- J^ , ^ , ^ - 



few minutes of play. 
The Oceana girls 



won their 



march, together with boy scouts, 
cub scouts. Army and Navy forces, 
majorettes, and high school bands. 
Also riding in the parade will be 
cfflcers of the local chapter, who 



being 51-40. This victory adds to 
Ihe local girls' record of no de- 
feats S3 far this season. 



. e M. w...». cr/S;^ Key Leaders Plan 

treasurer; Mrs. Walter Munden. gpy gcOUt IrOOOS 

secretarjf: also Mrs. W. C. Everett, ^ "^ 



1950 Campaign Chairman: Mrs 
Sdney Kellam, Town Chairman; 
and Mrs. Prank Kellam, County 
Chairman. 

It Is hoped that the local chap- 
ter will double its quota of last 
year, Mrs. W. C. Everett, cam- 
paign chairman, said. 'The 1950 
drive must hit a new high m or- 
der to combat the blackest toll of 
infantile paralysis in Its history, 
only an enormously successful 
March of Dimes appeal will en- 
able the National Inundation to 
provide continuing care for the 
thousands stricken and at the 
same time prepare tor the eventu- 
alities 1950 may bring." Mrs. 
Everett asserted. ^ 

A boxhig bout between the USS 
Misslssi|q>i and the Oceana Naval 
Air Stati(Mi will take place Janu- 
ary 30. Tickets may be secured 
from local civic club members cr 
at tte door. 



Jaycee ProgrAin to 
Safeguard Night Bike 
Rid ers Gets Under way 

The Jaycee "Swrtchlite-a-bUte" 
prainram JT^Wady for operatlcm. 
They M« ivviting schod chUdren 
to bring in thdr bicycles to have 
himinescmt tape placed on the 
rear guard' as a safety measure 
whm riding at nli^t. 

The fhst sUttans aet up win be 
at the W. T. OoiAe SchoeA and 
Oceana Schoiri cm Saturtey. Janu- 
ary 3i. at Id a.m. wh(» the Jay- 
Ases will be prepared to saf^- 
soTlce 500 bicycles at the two 
schools. 

The senrlce is free, to all chil- 
drwi. Tti^ are asked to taring In 
th^r tUces wltti tlw rear guard 
clem. ' 



_JCey leaders from Princess Anne 
County in the Boy Scout's To- 
gether P'an to organize troops in 
these communities where there 
are not now troops, became "or- 
ganizers" at d meeting at th? 
Normandle Restauiant on Wed- 
nesday night. The meeting was 
presided over by Judge Floyd E 
Kellam, who is chairman. Busi- 
nessmen from Creeds, Ocean Park. 
Glenrock and Kempsville wert> 
present. 

They heard H. W. Chaffee dis- 
cuss the field of opportunities in 
scouting; Ralph Jordan told of 
the responsibilities of scouting; 
and Judge Kellam spoke on the 
opportunity to serve the boys of 
the county through the Togrther 
Plan. . • N 

Organizers in chai-ge of fiie 
work in Creeds are: E. Chailes. 
Roland Halstead. and J. R. Rout- 
ten; Ocean Park: Colonel J. C. 
Brady. J. C. Brady, Jr., O. C. Ly- 
^h: KempsviUe: J. W. Uttteto.-. 
and the Rev. A. Web^)er H«wst- 
mann; Otourock: W. M. Savagv 
No rqjreaentatlves of Princess 
Anne Court Rouse «-ere present. 
The organizers have pledged 
themsdves to «-oi1c in the hiterest 



from the piles. About 20d 6ubic 
yards of material would be dredg- 
ed from the creek In the vicinity 
of the mooring piles, and placed 
on shore on the applicant's prop- 
erty. A plon of the work Is avail- 
able for study. 

The purpose of this notice is to 
inform all who may be interested 
in the foregoing. If the proposed 
work is considered dbjectlonable 
from the standpoint of navigation, 
protests may be submitted to the 
office of Col. O. T. Derby, District 
Tigineer, tJ. 8. Army Corps of 
Engineers, Norfolk District, Nor- 
folk 1. Virginia, on or before 15 
January 1950. 



Local Yaehtsmcii 
MakfaigTripto 
Southern Waters 

Tom boats, flying"^ burgee of 
the Cavalier Yacht and Country 
Club, are making their way south- 
ward this irinter. The thousand- 
mile run down the Inland water- 
way requires approximately ten 
days from Virginia Beach t:> 
southern Florida sunshine. 

Those making the trip are Mr. 
tnd Mrs. Alfred Marshall aboard 
the 60-foot cruiser "Blue Por- 
poise. " They left Virginia Beach 
during October and are now dock- 
ed at the new Bahla Mia Yacht 
Basin at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Jack Jackson iiTlils Chria 
Craft "Delia B" left Jast after 
New year's day. UMl Webb, with 
blcltle Mufifotd M Ms of h!s 
crew, made his start last Sundav 
aboard the Elco spoi-tflsherman 
"Wahoo." He was followed on 
Monday by P. F. Murray and his 
son, Pat, on liis Matthews cruiser 
"Pamray." ^-— -v/^ ^- 

All of tm lo<5il yachtsmen plan 
to return WiJJi^ginia Beach about 
April 1st. 



Preaching Mission 
Service at London 
Bridge Sunday 

A Princess Anne County Union 
Service, in connection JViih the 
yorfclk Preaching Mission, will 
be held at" the London Bridge 
Baptist Church on Sunday. Janu- 
ary 15, at 3 p.m.. with Dr. William 



Beautification of 
Playground Aim 
Of Garden Club 

The Garden Club of Virginia 
Beach met Wednesday at the 
Princess Anne Club, with Mrs. 
Floyd Dormire. president, presid- 
ing. 

Mrs. Nathan Bundy, chairman 
qf the Christmas Tour of Homes, 
reported that the tour had been 
a success. Moie than three hun- 
dred persons, from Virginia Beach. 
Notfolk, Suffolk, Portsmouth and 
Newport News made the rounds 
to see the Yuletide decorations. 



V. Oai-dner, pastor of the Plrso ■ Appi.oximately $250.00 was realiz 
P.es:yterian Church of Atlanta. — 

Ga.. as the preacher. Dr. Gai-dn?r 
•is in great demand as a preach< r 
in colleges, uniwrslties. and youtii 
gatherings. His messages will iw 
unusually timely in view of his 
attendance at the meeting of the 
World Council of- Churches anl 



ed. which will be used to beautify 
the municipal playgrounds. It was 
decided to consult Mr. Huette. di- 
rector of Norfolk Parks and Car- 
ders, and the fc;llowing commi^- 
tee was appointed to work cut de 



World council Ol« unurcnes »««. vj, . ^ r. ^ 

hisrecent tour of many f*^T95^>tf plans: Mrs. George Dai-dei 
fields." according to the Norfolk dialrman. Mrs. Charles SUnglulf 
Pi-eaching Misslmi Bulletin. I Mrs. Lawrence F. Tucker. Mrs. 

This service will be sptmsored j Henry LewLs. and Mrs. Emme>t 
by the PriAcess Annie .Couniy 



The IVorfdk Virfinian-POot and the Ledger-IMspatch of Januar/ 
nth QDoied Councilman H. E. Halstead of .Virginia Beach as giving 
I certain reasons f^H^e Council's action in disehargtag me on Tues- 
day, JItanmtf 10th. The quoted reasons by Halstead and my answers 
follow: 

(l> 1^ threatened dismissal of a town employee for expresshig 
an oirtnkm contrary to mr own on tlie qoestion of annexation. AN- 
8WBI: Mo town enqployee has. up to tlM present time, told me that 
he or she Is opposed to annexation. On the contrary, many have come 
to my office vohmtarOy ai^ told me that they favored annexation 
not en^ because it would enable Virginia Beach to have tYf High 
School it needs so greatly tut because it wonki enhance the value of 
the position occupied by each efficient Town employee. No Town em- 
ployee has been threatened by me with the loss cf his or her p(»ition 
because of opposing annexation and if a secret ballot of the employees 
were taken at this Ume, I am confident not less than ninety percent 
of the personnel would support annexation. 

(2) My alleged charging of maintenance items of expense to 
capital improvement bond funds so as to reflect an untrue picttve of 
the Town's financial condition. ANSWER: Cduncilman Halstead un- 
doubtedly refers to two items of expenditure made during the fiscal 
year ended August 31, 1949, namely $2,085.00 from Street Bond Funds 
for calcium chloride and $1500.00 frOm School Bond Funds for paint- 
ing an old portion of the lfrll!oughby T. Cooke School to which four 
new class rooms were added durinif the past year. As to the Invoice 
for calcium chloride, I wish to state that the account to which it was 
charged was designated by the Town Bng IneerMvho Is presumed to 
be qualified to differentiate between CaplUl and Maintenance charg- 
es and accepted by the Town Treasurer who by virtue of his pealtion 
is the Chief 4ccbunting Officer for the Town and in such capacity is 
vested with the authority to question any charges to accounts which 
he may deem not proper. As to the $1500.00 for painting. I wish to 
state that the invoice was approved by the Wvlsion Superintendent 
of Schools and the Chairman of the School Board and as in the case 
of the calcium chloride Invoice, the Town Treasurer had the author- 
ity to question the charges if he had any doubt. as to the correctness 
thereof from the accounting standpoint. In neither crfse was thacor- 

irectness of the charges questioned |w the Town TreB^^iBl^Wfnai- 
atead's quoted statement to the effeck that l^gnipdlated c^^n ac- 
counting charges so as to reflect anNHrtrOepIcture of thli Town'.i 
financial condition is not only misleading but unqualifiedly fake. 
When I became Town Manager on September 1, 1948. the Town owed 
$173,794.64 in accounts a^d notes- payable which was $71,655.96 in 
excess of cash, accounts i-eceivatle and supplies on hand as of that 
time. At the end of my first year in office namely. September 1, 1949, 
accounts and notes payable were $57,090.30 less than cash, accounts 
receivable and supplies on hand. Simple arithmetic 'indicates a net 
improvement of $128,746.26 in the Town's current cash position in ore 
year and If we deduct from this figure the two items questioned b.v 
Mr. Halstead, the aggregate of which is only $4,185.00, there is stlU 
a net improvement of $124,561.26 which any fair-minded and tatelli- 
gent person will concede as being a remarkable improvement over 
the extremely unsatisfactory financial condition which existed as of 
the time I assumed the position of Town Manager. 

(3) My alleged failure to first advise with the Council, the Town 
Attorney and Town Engineer and otfier officials on questions of ma|or 
importance. ANSWER: As Town Manager, I wm by law the chief ad- 
ministrative and executive oilicer of the munfeipality and acted ac- 
cordingly dur^g my entli-e term of office. I was accorded excellen! 
cooperation by the great majcrity of the Towns department heads 
and employees and I am taost grateful for their assistance and loyal- 
ty without which we'touid not have reaUzed the Impoitant progress 
made during the past sixteen months. I have not at any time failed 
to confer with proper authorities on importa»t__^oblems providei 
anything could be galnctf by so doinlJ, but ,1 must admit a lack of 
patience on my part IM am called upon to deal too often with certai i 
individuals who do not pcsscs.s the qualities which I admire in bath 
men and women. 

<4) My allefed purpose to oppose this Council in the next election. 
ANSWER: It will be my purpcse to oppose and strongly oppose any 
candidate for the Council and Town Clerk and Treasurer in the next 
election and in succeeding elections who. as measured by his or her 
education, experience, courage and unadultei-ated loyalty to Virginia 
Beach Is. in my judgment, not qualified to represent the citiz^ of 
cur municipality. 

t5> Alleged disregaid of my executive anrf administrative duties 
by spendiitg my tinw engaging in personal political activities. AN- 
SWER: This unfounded allegation desserves no more space than Ls 
required for its complete denial which I hereby make. . 

(6> Alleged use 'of Town supplies for my personal benefk. AN- 
SWER: I am at a less to understand the basis for this particular 
charge unless the four Coyncilmen have in mind repair work of a vers- 
minor nature done by th* Town garage on my personal automo°:!le 



Regalar Sessrion Gets 
Aodit Report; Parses 
Annexation Study 

Lawrence Loekwood. town man- 
ager of Virginia Beach since Sep- 
cember 1948, was dismissed froBi 
ills poet at an executive session 
of the Town Council on Tuesday 
afternoon. Present, In addition to 
Mi. Loekwood. were: Town At- 
torney Rof ;%nlth. Councilman H. 
E. Halstead. in his capacity as 
vlce-iBiayer, and coundlmen R. L. 
Simpson, George Manson, and R 
G. Barr, Jr. 

•^own Engineer C. J. Bounds 
was named acting town mansgei. 

In a statement issued after the 
meeting, reasons for the dlflnlb- 
sal were given as follows: 

"1. His threatened '''mlwHil of 
a town employee for expressing 
an opiqlon contrary to his own 
on the question of annexation. 

"2. Irregularity of charging 
maintenance items" of expense to 
Capital Improvement Bond Fuiuls 
so as to refiect an untrtie picture 
of ihe town's financial condition. 

"3. Use of Town supplies and 
labor for his personal benefit. 

"4. His failure to first advise 
with the Council, the l^wn en- 
gineer, the Town Attorney and 
other officials on questions of ma- 
jor Importance. 

"5. His stated purpose to oppose 
this Council at the next election. 

"«. Oinegard of his execuUve 
and administrative duties by 
Sbending his time engaging in 
Pwscmal pollUcal actTvittea." 

FbUowing the ^uncU's move. 
Mr. Loekwood Issued the follow- 
ing statement: 

"The action taken by the Messrs. 
Halatead, Simpson, Barr, and 
Manson came as a great surprise 
to me. 1 was requested to resign 
and no l-easons for requesting. my 
resignation were stated. I refused 
to resign and the gentlemen pres- 
ent then proc&ded to pass a reso- 
lution dlscharghig me as of Feb- 
ruary 15, 1950. 1 asked those pres- 
ent whether theh- acUon had the 
approval of the Mayor and Mt- 
councUmen who were not prese it 
(Mayor .W. F. Patton, councilmen 
W. W. McClanan. Jr., and «enfy 
Gregory*. Mr. Shnpsofi stated 
that they had the approval of 
the may.or and all members of 
the council. Those a:sent. of 
course, wlU have to speak 
themselves. 

"I shall have a further state 
make within a day 



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Ministerial Associattoo. All who 
can and will help lead In the sink- 
ing are asked to come up and Join 
tlw Union Choir for this service 



of securing spotsorshlp and or 
ganiaHif bnOd|» within their arens 

■^ !!*^'^„*1" !*^. '^*""f !.!! i Jr.- Women to Elect 



at the C<»nmunity House to plan 
a sponsors and organizers dinner 
on February 15. 



L^jTMMi Auxiliary 
To Meet Monday 

An«f|4^ Legion Auxiliary. Post 
lis, wiuWet Monday. January 
16, at tlie h^qe 9f Mrs. Val Mw- 
;an. 3H 23nd ^«K. 

nils ts the meeting which was 
^ostvoned from Januat? 9. 



Officers Tuesday 



Kyle. 

Exhibits, which feattired ar- 
rangements of fiowere and fruits, 
were judged by Mrs. ttevis Reed, 
Jr.. and Mrs. Vernon E^rwtoe, oi 
the Suffolk Qattlen ChibXThe fol- 
lowing received ribbons: Mrs. 
Floyd Doi-mlre and Mrs. Edward 



ment 
two." 

Mr. Loekwood added: "Virgtala 
Beach will never come into its 
own as long as it is controlted ov 
the political clique that has c<m- 
troUed it for too many yea» I 
believe the people of Virginia 
Beach will change- the status quo 
in the cfHMng June elections." 
Begwltt frrsaliw 

Tl» regular ^eastern of the coun- 
eil: 

1- *f.. tM Oooifiiuui. CPA, pre- 
sented the town audit, shoini^ 
that the deficit of the town M:l 
hrt*ered its fliuuicial coi^tten 'm 



garage on my personal automotile the exCent of lowerftic its MmI 
on three or four cccasiom during my sixteen months of employmcsi: i ^^,^ fUBJn m tM ^ ITTj^ 
as Town, Manager. In this ccnnection. I widj to direct the attention Ifn i^if. ^^^ ^^ , WJlw 

<a the Council and the pub ic to the fact that 1 have used my personal | Qy„ expewtttaiea in tJ^T*'*'*** 
car on Town business many times during the sixteen month period:,- ^ter 



and liave not at any time useda single gallon of Town gasoline where- 
as other officials such as the Town Clerk and Treasurer and the Town 
Engineer secure most of their gascUne i¥quii'em«its from the Town's 
suppl^xl am confident that if I were to bill the Town of Virginia 
Eeacb^or the actual expense incurred in the use of my personal car 
op'Town busmess. the amount of the charge would be several times 



Ele"tion of officers for the com- Hardy. Wue ribbons; Mrs. Alfred uwi^s«(ary\ya!ue of the Town suiH>Iies alleged to have been used 
in» vear fe the first oreter of bMt- "an Patten. Wue and red rlbboi^ Jl^asT \ 

* ' „ Mmund Eerkeley. red ri*- Another quoted statemern of Councilman Halstead was to the 

• M r M Woodhouse gold '*®*^* ***** '*^* action taken by him and hi5 three associates in respect 
bon; Mrs. C. - ^ . » ^ dismissing me had the prior approval of Councilmen Qregaty and 

ribbon. -Mc QI^i n and Mayor Patton. all of whcm were absent fr<»n Tuesday .s 

After the business meeting te<< aJMHkCmilKilBian R. L. Simpson made a similar statemait to me 
was served by the hostesses. Mn 1**i|li» Executive SessiMj meeting <rf the Council. However, bdth 
Dcrmire and Mrs. Hardy. ' .Continued on Page Eight) 



ness at the nweting oS the Jumm- 
Woman's dub which will be heU 
at 8 p.m.' at the Shrine Beach 
Chib on Tuesday. Janswry 17. 
I MHnbers are urged to be pres- 
ent. 



^PMtMttit or |a«,l»6 in 1M» to 
opposed to a dMBcit <tf revnmc wr^ 
«r pnienAttties Ui IM< oi UtJM 
<Tlie N^ifs wui prtMi at a M^ 
date a resume ci Ow audit.) 

2. Passed en flm readh« ««t 
an Muwxatlon oi^mukc jumib 
ed ^ Attorney Roy Saalt^ i^o 
vnpiatd it. as "tmide^te be- 
<»ase nM safn<rient detafled te- 
f mmatton is at {and to pM R to 
i«s final rotm." ite«d liyrofe k. 
Stwvecm. t<»co«|ile«e a fmwitii! 
survegr vi the pnp«aed «mmhi- 
tkm territory CB a coat ^m fetf ^i 
'Qontimwd OB Wamt EI^M 



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VHB LOCKWOOB DISMISSAL 

It is always hard to admit defeat, but there are many times when 
admitting defeat, and quitting the battle, sounds alluring. 

This is Just such a time in the history of Virginia Beach. Those 
who love the Beach feel that it has touched a new low. in a long series 
<4 lows, in the governing of the town. The summary dismissal of 
Lawrence Lockwood from his post as tofwn manager highlights once 
again the complete failure within the last number of years of any 
effort to govern the town along the democratic principles that are 
dear to our hearts. 

The governing clique has proceeded, in its characteristic way, to 
underscore its method of governing by privilege, and Iqr < privilege} 
alone. Those in power give every evidence of having no motivation 
whatever except the extension of those privileges both within and 
without the law to those who are useful to them, just as long as they 
are Useful to them. 

The governing body (and we use the word in the singular pur- 
pofMly) of Virginia Beach and Princess Anne Coutil^ is no lily when 
it cotnes to purity. The history of municipalities has shown through- 
out the years that when open disregard of law, crime and graft exist, 
it can only be so through the connivance of those in pow^r. of the 
politicians, and through them the police, either through fear or be- 
cause they. are paid to overlook the law breaking of such as may be 
useful to those in power. We see no reason to believe that Virginia 
Beach and the County are exceptions. (If it is true that these ofllciais 
are ignorant of the situation, as they claim, then we are in the hands 
of an extradrdlnarlly stupid and unobservant lot, and would be liiuch 
better off without them.) 

' It boils down to the fact that rather than the welfare of the com- 
munity our leaden, duly elected and all, are Interested in privilege, 
and the dispensing of privilege where It will help them gain the power 
they need to continue in control. 

When, as wouUKltievitably happen by the operation of the laws 
et chance, they place in office a man with courage, witti integrity, 
«lth the welfare of thejcommunlty at heart above any desire ior pett:;' 
privilege, these same leaden are endangered In that by comparison 
iheir hold on the community Is weakend. 

Buch a man is Lawrence Lockwood. He stood for what he believed, 
fearlessly and without regard for consequences. Perhaps we have not 
agreed with him in all that he has done, but we have at no time 
questioned his motive nor his honesty. 

The course leading up to his dlsmssal is clear— he showed that he 
could not be cowed: he was not in a position to have to depend upon 
the privilege that would te his If he meekly echoed the orden handed 
down to him. He threatened the power that is the life blood of such 
organizations as rule the county and the town; ergo, he must go. And 
go he did. 



A PLEA rOE COUNCIL MEETINGS TO BE HELD AT NtOBT 

Is the Town Council of Virginia Beach ignoring Its cesponslbiUty 
to the citizens of the Town? Is the Council afraid of puDllc opinion? 
Are the councllmen afraid of too large ah attendance at the Council 
meetings? 

These questions come to mind when one considers the small at- 
tendance at the afternoon sessions of the town's governing body. Witn 
recent proceedings arousing an interestedHimblic we should like to 
suggest that the Ccuhcil meetings again be held at night. The ma- 
jority of citizens in the town are unatle to atx^d daytime sessions, 
consequently their interest in Town affairs has wHndted. Such a dis- 
mterested citizenry can only result in poor governnnpnt. 

We believe that thtere would be a greater inftereai.in Town affairs 
if the people of the Town were encouraged, ratW^than discouraged. 
to attentt-thes^gular Cuunci^ sessions. It is a surlty that a taxpaying, 
voting, citizenry are going to consider, .inany things when they go to 
the polbf next June. 

From the recent public meeting called and cancelled, by our Town 
Clerk, yet held by our Town Manager, we feel sure that 'Mr. Lock- 
wood has the interest of the people in mind. It is also pleasing to note 
that two councllmen. Mr. McClanan and Mr. Gregory, proved their 
intere^ in public sentiment by their presence at the evening meettns. 

It Is true that the Mayw and Councllmen contribute Uieir time 
and efforts to the Town without remuneration, however, as iHibli^: 
servants they should recognise their duUes to the citizens whom th.*y 
represent. Th^e men vert not drafted into service; they sought th: 
j(4> by requesting Uie veofiiie's vote. 

As evi(teiu»d by the large attendance at recent night meetings 
we fed" It the duty of the local govemteg body to ccmsidiv the inter- 
ests of tile citizens of the Town of Virginia Beach and change its timr: 
of BMettng. 



LOOKING BACK 

TWENTY-ONE YEARS AGOu-DECENBER 7-14, W28 



An unusually heavy snow st(»m 
iMTly in January. 192?; hampered 
M^ldione and telegraph commu- 
nications at ^nrglnla Beach aiMl 
between here and Norfolk. Buses 
oi both the Virginia Beach Une 
and the Norfolk Southern had 
^Rcultles getting through. ..The 
Vb«inja Beach Weekly reported 
that It 'wks the worst storm in 
many years. 



The storm washed a Oermari 
mine ashore b e t w e e n'^Virginia 
Beach and Cape Henry. Captain 
Barnes, of the Coast Ouwd, and 
other Government officials ad- 
vanced t?ie theory that the minq 
had ;een placed during the World 
War by German sul^marines off 
the c<»st and thatXmericaft 
minesweepers had failed to locate 
it. Probably, said the Weekly, the 



storm broke the anchoring caM^. 
permitting the mine to wash 
ashore unexploded. 

A new radio station for tho 
Beach was licensed. Given the 
code WSEA. the new station was 
described as being a "station of 
super pow^, strong enough to 
carry to Canada, Cuba, Central 
America, and as far west as the 
Rocky Mountains." It would have 
a power output of 500 watts. It 
was to occupy a building on- 17th 

Street. 

♦ » • 

Bids were being asked for a 24- 
famlly apartment house, to b? 
called the Broadmoor Arms. It 
was to be located at the southeast 
corner of 16th Street and Pacific 
Avenue, and to cost In the neigh- 
borhood of $178,000. 

• * • 

A controversy which had tem- 
porarily .delayed action on the 
Ocean Walkway b«tween 8th 
Street and 3Sth Street was being 
Ironed out satisfactorily, accord- 
ing to Mayor WlUard R. Ashbum. 
Property owners had already sub- 



scribed funds exceeding $2O0,0«O 
for the project, but an inability to 
arrive at an agreeiqent satisfac- 
tory to the town and tlie corpora- 
tion building the walkway ac- 
.counted for the delay. 



Civic League to Install 
New Off icei's Monday 



Mrs. Prank Rlepper will be in- 
stalled as president pf the South 
Virginia Beach Civic League at 
the meeting of the group whlcli 
will te held on Monday, January 
16, at 8 pjn., at the Community 
House. The meeting will mark Uie 
third anniversary of the League. 
Mn. Klepper will succeed Bmest 
N. Allen as president. 

In addition to Mn. Rlepper. 
other bfficen who will take office 
are: William E. CongtetoA, vide 
president: Mn. Karl B. Smyth, 
secretary; Mrs. Bernard 8. Rob- 
son, corresponding secretary, and 
Mn. Uye R. Hill, treasurer. 



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Come in and talc ovcr>oiir needs. We wIR dcsigii and 
iHiil* an extra mm to It ynnr reqniraMenta, aminKe 
the ftnancniK and r ec omme n d a good reliaMe contnctw^ 
if 5"»n desire. 




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wMkMI M Mlafei'tar awaifcwiwp 
to Ital ti*. 

iHBntoc ware Mkiw Nel- 
lir& DoraOv n»Mlat. 
MraL JriMi D. ftaUaa, lir*. UvhA 
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Mn. H. W. Aa^voae. of UtOs 
Creek, tavlled a grooi^ of Immm- 
atakan to ber hoaae Mday, Janu- 
ary 0, for the forpcae <rf dbensa- 
inv tnc^ Kctanaioa (juantaation 
and eicatliMc totereat to tet a elob 
onwniied to tiart 

Mte Jane Ond«, 
atent, Mra. O. t. 
ty CMBBimee titelraian, and Mm. 
W. H. amtn, «1m elHlnBan, met 
mtti tiw groan. 

An ontone of the eonnty atmfA' 
aatkm, and its relatkni to theffia- 
triet and atate oaganbaUon was 
discussed, after which the group 
decided to hold a second uMetlng 
January fl to furtlier their plans 
When other homonakers to that 
eonununlty would ba invited. 



Oman toxmi&m wera Mr. sttd 
Mn^ m W. Otfto. MIsa Mayaris 
SttaaelU, JaaMa W. Stttqey. 
Wsnen gandldge. Miss Mtfsi 
elC^cadiCM*. 
tea, spMMda ol the 
KMipanna Ch*, and the f<«ow- 
lag «-■ Oofr awaktis : 

f^eai Craadi: CnOy Munmy. 
naiiBars carron, Joanne mraen, 
WuitaM. JtaBaay 
Undriey. sAd Ewene Martto: 
rroai KeBVs»U^: Bmesttoe 



way yon pre- 
. VbE theai wW) 
tsad saaee. or derU then. Tosaa- 
toea wKh green feeaas aHdw a etf ' 
orfd tfrit, as da beans eeasMned 
with diced eelery and pimentos. 



are s^ sad 
them to OieHn. 



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!%« OeeaM fleniar 4Ji C%ri> 
and a represeniattve groap from 
Creeds and KanpsviUe Chite en- 
Joyed a social of active games and 
stonta at the Virgtote Beach 
Methodist Chore^on Wednesday 

«ni|ig, fro«B 7:10 to >:M p.m. 
It ma Uie flr^ aneh meeting to 
be heM by the clubs and the ktea 
orlglnirtad ftram wanting to learn 
to participate to active games. 

Hie entertalnmlat was directed 
br Miss Jane Craig, local home 
demonstration agent, and Jack 
Brothers, saristant farm agent. 

Refreshments conaisttog of co- 
coa, sandwiches and cotdctea were 
funiished and served by the Oce- 

la Club, assisted by the chib 
leader. Mrs. James W. Brtnkley, 



I Wright. Candya Norfleet, Baibar-« > fSmtt 



guest towels 
9BStc1t and acuaetive siArtitate for 



Shorthand and Typing 

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WUtehead, Margaret ytatms, 
Jaanette lEbicletary, Ira >lsk, Oten 
Laasiter, Olen McCIanan, Carl 
C^ulstian, and John D e wb e rry : 

f^pom Oceana: Audrey Morse. 
James Falls, Roy La Barrer, Br> - 
man Btaats, JuUan McOaid^ls. 
Bdwaxd Wright. Rita Craig, il^een 
King, Barbara Rittenhouae. jac- 
«IM Carson, Warren Brlnkler, 
Mijton ^wight, Billy Hinson. Al- 
ly Meachum, Peggy Wood, Pat 
Smith, Clavan McOrath, Bele.i 
Haynum, Johnny MeCloud, Bud- 
dy Owens, Merritt Hollomon, Jua- 
nlta Harris, Stevens McDanlels, 
Oonakl Gregory, Garland God- 
frey, and 17. T. Brown. 



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Tour family may have tired o' 
all -the old stand-by vegetables 
you've been serving, so why not 
dress up your dishes? 

Red caliipge adds a nice color 
note te^ menu. Another colorful 
vegetable Is beets. They can be 
glsaed, served with orange sauce. 




designs add baan^ .to your table 
as wen as save Ubne and wear on 

your Knen doMea. 

• • • 

Tra n ^ ar e n t nail polish to ban. 
dy for many pn r po e es. Before a 
new garment is worn, touch the 
center of each button with nail 
polish. It seato the threads so you 

won't have to resew so often. 

• • • 

Here's an idea for an emergen- 
cy kltfor your purse. Use an emp- 
ty match book cover for carrytog 
a few pins, needles, and some 
thread. The torn match stub wil! 
serve as a cushion for the pins 
and needles, and the thread may 

be wrapped around the cover. 

• • • 

Save the juice from your pick- 
led fruits, such as crabapples, 
peaches, pears, and use to baste 
your smoked ham. 

• • • 

T(| give a Uttle variety to an old 
standby— the meat loaf— try bak- 
tog to a different shaped pan. A 
ring mould is good served witii 
creamed or plato vegetables Ih thc> 
center. Upside down meat loavts 
are good, too. Or pack your mess 
mixture toto muffin tins on top 
of crushed pineapple or dried ap- 
ricots. The apricots should be flrst 



Sergeant Pbst Oaaa «d Mrs. 
Robert BMil aWI you^ son, 
Rieky, left om rkmmHum ky 
^uie to November for JSfpan, 
where Sergeant Ilcdil win ba M> 
signed to Head«u«rters, let Oorpa, 
Qpeeial Seivieea Seetioii, to dMer" 
Tliey are ttMkam at the Kyout 
Hotel. Sgt. and Mrs. HoU Me 
foraa« residents of Urgtoia 
Beach. y" 



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Sdb TirgMi iMci 

Phone 1197 



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Jan. 13 am. 3:14 

Jan. 13 p.in. . 3:34 

Jan. 14 ajn. , •• . 4:21 

Jan. 14 p.in. 4:39 

Jan. 15 a.m. • 5:24 

Jan. 15 pjn. 5:42 

Jan. 16 am. 6:22 

Jan. 16 pan. 6:39 

Jan. 17 am. . 1:16 

Jan. 17 pm. . 7:32 

Jan. 18 am. .. 8:04 

Jan. 18 p.m. 8:21 

Jan. 19 am. 8:49 

Jan. 19 p.m 9:08 



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of tliis po«etftil» iMce^ettbitdieviolet for 19501 And 
tten yottll bM$w it'k /»M Mrf Idlest « foiw» miff 

TImOii tntt» any Wi]r )nMi look iHhii car» ikom tlie 
richer benuly of its llDdy Iqr l%lier to the nomfer cottk- 
fott of its twiMoiie Pisher inierfcw . . . bom the perfect 
mpondvenesa of its Omter-Point Peering lo ihe 
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of opentton of iti two outstanding engbies and t«R> 
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ttonaleconmnjrofpurchaaepritt^opetttfonandtvkBepI 
OMne hil See this onfy bw^rficed car with all theie 
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fViday 7:17 

Saturday 7:17 

Sunday ._ 7:i7 

Monday 7:i6 

Tuesday 7:16 

Wednesday ...'. ... 7:ii 
Thursday "..... t:15 



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9:48 
10:57 
10:4^ 
11:57 
11:50 

12:53 
12:46 
1:43 
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2:29 
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undenwath wheia rust and 
comsioa ret fenden. make 
wm noisy btfiMe their time. 

.VSSSiXSsI?^ now with 
"UNDER^AL" the amas- 
lag new sprayedmn.^coattng 
that protects Mainat ruel 
and wear, muffles under- 
body noises with a U incK 
thick "hide." Keen, any car 
new and quiet-riding longer 
It s XMninlMd to protect for 
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Julie Thronson to 
Marry Lt. Miller 
In Late Spring 

— "^iix> and Mrs. Sidney Julian 
Thronsbn, of 115 Sinclair Street, 
Janesville, WscoreJln. announce 
the engagement of their daugh- 
ter, Julie, to Second Welitenant 
. Richard Reid Miller, USMC, son 
of M:s. Charles Wesley Miller, o( 
34th and Holly Road, Virginia 
Beach. 

Miss Thronson is a graduate of 
The Casements Junior College, 
Ormond Beach, Fla. 

Lt. Miller attended the Univer- 
sity of Virginia, and is now sta- 
tioned at Quantlco, VTrginia. 

A late Spring wedding is being 

planned. 

• • •' • 

Joseph Jarman, of lUchmond, 
is spending a few days at the 
^ Cavalier Hotel. 



Janet N. Pusey 
Is Betrothed to 
Read M. Northen 



Dr. and Mrs. BoHA Ivan Pusey. 
of Richmond, aitfiounce the en- 
gagement of thfeir daughter, MIaj 
Janet Norcross Pusey, to Read 
Morton Northen. son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William Morton Northen, -of 

Richmond. 

Miss Pu.seyrw!Io has been a fre 
quent visitor and has many 
friends here, was graduated from 
St. Catherine's School, Richmond, 
and.attended Manhattanville Col- 
lege of the Sacred Heart in New 
York. 

Mr. Northen was graduated 
from the University of Alabama. 

The wedding will take place in 
the Spring. 



Mr., Mrs. Murphy to 
Vi^it Mrs. Watson 

Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy. 
Jr., arrived on the SiS America 
January 12 from England, where 
Mr. Murphy served as assistant to 
Eric Johnston, in London. They 
will visit from January 15 to 
January 20 with Mrs. Murphy i 
mother, Mrs. P. M. Watson, at 
Carolailne Farms, before leaving 
for California where Mr.te/Eurphv 
will be attached to the Brayton 
Wilbur Company as public rela- 
tions manager.* 

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BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT 



DRAPERIES AND.5UP COVERS 

(COMPLETE DECOBAtiNG SERVICE) 



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ANTIQUES 



Marie Ricliar4son 

Pacllie Arenue ai Slat Street Vlrgliila BeMh. VirtUil* 



Mr. aitd Mrs. E^dridge Augustus 
Whitehurst announce the birth of 
a son on-Piiday, January 6. at the 
Virginia Beach Hospital. Mrs. 
Whitehurst is the former Miss 

Nell Webb. 

• * * • 

Miss Marilyn Mundy has re- 
turned to Emma Willard School, 
Troy, N. Y., after spending the 
holidays with her parents, Mr. 

and Mrs. A. Stanley Mundy. 

• • • • 

Miss Sallie Unuhart Ooode has 
returned to her home on Pine- 
wood Road after visiting Mr. and 
Mrs. Leonard Morey, In West- 
chester County, N. J., and Miss 
Betty Johnson, In New York Cltjr. 



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rbt tarM* alfmdtd 
C<Mt0. in HsrriMOlNirf , 
gtmum mmx i n ^ msm 

sorarlty. ebe made ha de- 
tut aeveral aeasona mo at • baU 
gtven 1^ the Itarfolk Oeman 
Chrib. 

Mir. Chase toad hla bride are 

making their home at 2035 Chut. 

nut Hills Drive. Cleveland Heights. 

In CteveteAd. 

» • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Oarrett Smith 
have moved from Cavalier D-ivc 
to the Holly Road apartments on 

32nd Street and Holly Road. 

• • • • 

Mrs. Roma Flora and Mrs. Rob- 
ert Harrison spent the holiflays in 
Miami, Fla.. and attended th3 
Orange Bowl football game. 

• * * * 
CralVe" Toifd lfas~"retiifned to 

Richmond, Va., after visiting her 
grandmother, Mrs. Constance 
Moore, at her home on Cavalier i 

Drive. . I 

• • • • I 

James M. Jordan. Ill, is spend- , 
Ing two weeks with his parents. 
Mr. arid Mrs. James- M. Jordan. | 
Jr., at their home in Bay Colony, i 



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machines to choose from. RUSH! 



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Phone 444 



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&Mk •«•! Ik* UN B«l«k hm; 

which these two hi-fh-fushioned 
honeys represent, and decide for 
yourself if that's truth or just talk. 

NintlMMi— Tm» II— smart new and 
varied models to choose from, and 
all ijvith- the eye*catching styling of 
bold>lined bumper-guard grilles, 
sleek tapering fenders, the over-all 
look of a Jet plane in flight. 

Three full series— Spboal, SUPER 
and RoADMASTBR — with SPEQAL 
models available in both standard or 
deluxe finish. 

T li»»» MM'*** p«wftc pUuftte— 

in five horsepower ratings— all more 
powerful, higher in eompressmn, all 
Fireball valve-in-hettds — uid one 
of them, the sensational new P-263,' 
giving SuraR uMNlelt extra brillianoe 
oh the road. 



torque-tube drive— plus Safety-Ride 
rims for comfort plus control. 

TImh tMk «t pti«M-do they really 
fit aiQr budget? . 

They range from the fine -car level 
of the RoADMAfTBR down to just- 
above-the-lowest figures on the 
Special. But even these are so little 
above anything else— buy you so 
many more years of happy use — 
and give you a car of such consist- 
ently-better trade-in value — that 
you'll find~Buick reachable by 
buyers in any price range. 

9m vrtiar M»l get the \whde story, 
price and all, flronr your Buick 
dealer nowP Deliveries are good, 
the "deal" is right, and a signed-up 
order steps you up to that Buick 
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seats as much as 13 jndies wwfer. 

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them all! It's the neic De Soto, 
dcr-igned to give y6u more room, more 
comfort, more visibih'ty, more safety and 
more lasting satisfaction than any car 
you ever owned. Here'* theS^esigned 
with YOU in mind. ^^ 

It's brand-new from handsome^new 
front grille to tail-lights. And it's waiting 



It Iet» yen drive without shifting. If 
has a lerrific hi^h -compression ^ngine, 
bigger -than -ever brakes, weatherproof 
ignition, feather -light steering. Yet it is 
excitingly easy to buy and amazingly 
economical to operate. 

No matter which make of car you 
thought you might buy this year, "Drive 
a De Soto before you decide." Let us 
arrange a demonstration. 



on 



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display 



for you to come apd ride in it. 

Tune in the croucho marx snow, "Ymi Bet Your Life." Every Wedntaday night over all CBS itatiam 



m!;m^im/!i!^!>^A^^^^ 




Everett-Jordan Motor Co, 



Bett^ Wf90ik BfefUk hMa 
to IWeigh. Jl. C to n- 
tam hor gMSm alt m. Umrf* 
jHtfor CoBe«e irfter speadtog the 
DMAiya wttti her mother. If is. iT. 
O. KftdK Ktaic «id Mr. Klnt. on 
foeahontas Drive. Mr: and Mn 
K^r Mid mw Bevaa went mv- 
eral <h^ ia Ktetammd at the lin- 
tel Jeffenon. Mas Bevan attoMt- 
ed the Oravely debutante dnsee 

at the Commomrealte Clnb. 

• • • • 

Ifn. Irvlno Jwcten and Mrs. 
Aver; Kier wUKkave ttnnorrow to 
vUdt friends in wiantko. Vlrginln. 
and W«Bhlngton?\D. C. 

•Mrs. Anne HofTlman, of New 
York, to vteltlng Mrs. William 
Royster at her home on Pocahon- 
tas Drive. 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dalton. 
who recently returned from their 
wedding trip to Europe, are resid- 
ing in the Whitehurst cottage on 
73rd Street. Mrs. Dalton is the 

former Miss Juliet Nutt. 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fo.sberg and 
Miss Temple Porsberg have moved 
from(^he Arrington cottage on 
62nd Street, to the Holly Ro.id 
apartments on 32nd Street and 

Holly Road. ' 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gimbert 
have left to spend some time In 

Florida. 

• • • • 

Mrs. P. D. Stewart has return- 
ed to Richmond after visiting h3r 
daughter. Mrs. Virginia Grow, at 
her home on 57th Street. 

* * * * r 

Mrs. James Peyton Grimes Ls 
visiting her son - in - law a n i 
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William 
Hemingway, at their home In Nor- 
folk. 




;fua, f{(D aiid BUiiDine supplks vm. 



iSTABLISHBD 1927 
m/ilL nOUirtkST. PHONB 564 * WAHeHOUSe- mh St and HAIUK)AD PHONi 560 * APPUANCIS ■ mh and ARCTIC PHONi 560 




THIS WEEK'S 



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EASY SPINDRIER 

WITH AUTOMATIC SPIN RINSE 
Regular Price $179.95 

This FlodFSampleONLY 129.98 



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LET US TAKE CARE OP 

YOUR 

OIL REQUIREMENTS 

Mobilheat OU-Kerosene 



Lime and GeniHlt^ . 

Brick Mortar 

Wall Boards 

Window Units 

Picture Wihdkiws 

Hc^MfT and Pelts 

rtt»rni Doors and Windows 







Pittsburgh"^ 



r., _ 



House Pafnf 



Sun Proof Two-Cbat House Pcdnting 
System equals the performance of three 
coats of old type paint, while saving, 
you the extra material and labor cost 
of a third coat, Sun-Proof is extra dur- 
able because it is made with "Vitolised 
Oil" which stays In the paint film keep- 
ing it live, tough, and elastic. 






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'JTTSBURCH PAINTS "21L'' ^^IlL!^ ^"JiS' 



BARGAINS 

Or firtir Cabit EqvipnMt 



4SiO Grinder and Polisher 40.00 

SIM Sander 50.00 

150^ Dustless Sander mOO 

65.00 Guild Saw-6-inch... 57.50 

49.50 Guild Saw-l'/2-inch 43.50 

2M0 No. 45 Stanly Plane 25.00 



JUST RECEIVED! 

A CARLOAD OP 

■» 

BRIQUETTE COAL 



r 



Grass Seed 
Fertilizers 
Sheep Manure 
Vemi Moss 
Lime for Soil 
Co^ Manure 



Mr. and Mrs. Korsce Aortln. 
Jr.. and two ehlMnn, ot Char- 
lotmvlBe. Vs.. were the goests 
tor the htrtldsys of Mr. AosfiB's 
parents. Mr. (oid Mn. tt. M. ^Mns- 
tln. In the OeMelfh apertawnts. 

• • • • 

Piejfton Wtury has returned to 
Princeton Vtdvenity, Princeton. 
N. J., after spending the hirii«faiy? 
with his parents. Mr. mil Mrs. 
Leslie Weary, at their home on 

HoUy 1U»a. 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Oranville Tllgh- 
man. of NM^olk. are. spending a 
week at tiie Ashcroft cottage on 

7lth Street. 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Turnbu'' 
and family have returned to their 
home on Holly .Road after vlsitina 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turntull in 

New Bern. N. C. V / 

• • • • ^^^!,^^ 

Mrs. James A. Shoemaker, of 
Sharon. Pa., has l>een visiting h t 
son and daughter-in-law. Admiral 
and Mrs. James M. Shoemaker, 
on Raleigh Drive. She will no.v 
spend some time with relatives In 
Fensacola, Fla. 



Sr.aM 

pMmc Sim, ReMrt 
ler, Jir.. wB miive 
vUt Mrs. SlWer's 
mkiMn. Wade 
heme on SSrd 



Karaepqr. tutb^ 



Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hancot < 
have returned to Eluefleld, W. 
Va., after being the guest ^of Mis. 
C. S. Shufcrd, at her home on 
Pocahontas Drive. 

• • * • 

Rayinond D. Pierce has return- 
ed to Richmond after spendin'.? 
the week-end with Mr. and Mr;. 
William W. Connell. Jr.. at their 

home on 86th Street. 

• * • « 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haycox have 
left to spend some time in Palm 

Beach. Fla. 

• • • • 

Mrs. Donald Taylor. Mrs. Rich- 
ard McOrath and Miss Maureen 
McOrath are spending a week m 
New York City. . 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCoy have 
arrived from Roanoke. Va.. and 
are residing in the Kouri cottage 
on 84th Street. 



Mrf. L. M. B r e e lCT t e a, of NOr- 
f«rik, WM am gu«e tet w se k-w< 
f her son-in-taw and dsa^ter, 
Mr., and Mra. ^^n B. norUm*.. 

Jr., on i9ri flUicel. 

' « « • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Oeorve MereAOi 

ItfU last wetk to ^nend some tmie 
at their winter honw In Ii«m«a, 
Plorhte. They were aocompmled 
by their son and daughter-in-law. 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 3. MeiecBth. 
, w)K> w)>re their guests for a few 

days. 

I > • • « 

Vincent Nlemeyer has re»imed 
his studies at the Arts Students' 
League in New York City after 
spending the holidays with his 
mother. Mrs. Bernard Smith, and 
Mr. Smith, at their home on 

Cavalier Drive. 

• ■ • * » . 

Mr. and Mrs. Wyne Harreli and 
daughter. Betty Ann, and son 
Wylle, Jr.. have returned to their 
home, the Es.sex House, after- 
spending ten days in Dallas, Tex- 
as, and attending the Cjtton Bowl 
football game. 

• * * * 

Mrs. Roxey Curies and daugh- 
ter, Joan, have returned home af- 
ter spending the holidays in 
Miami, Fla.. and attending the 

Orange Bowl game. 

• • • . • 

Mrs. Roland Thorp has return- 
ed to her home on 78th Street af« 
ter spending some time in Peters- 
burg, Va. She was accompanied ay 
Mrs. Charles M. Bain, of 81st 
Street, who -has been visiting her 
son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and 

Mrs. Wortley Bain, in Peterslnirg. 

• • • • 

Mrs. John Randolph Couplani, 
Jr., 'of Norfolk, is visiting Mr. and 
Mrs. Joh|i Elmer Johnson at their' 
home. SqKjprset Farm, Princess 
Anne, 



S-nnj— ■ 



John Co!e will leave next week 
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore 
at their home in Luml)erton, N. C. 



PHOTOORAmt 

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Cheek our prices with others! 
See how much more you get in 
Quality and Workmanship! 

Buy with Confidence at 

Doice Studio 

PHOTOGRAPIIEKS FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS 
1B02 Atlantic Avenue Phbnc 2089 

- A GIFT BY BOICE MEANS MORE — 



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Do Your Metal Casement Windows 
Leak Air or Water? 

THE NEW CUSHION BRONZE 
WEATHERSTRIP 

Developed by 

CHAMBERLIN CO. OF AMERICA 

(52 Years in H<mie Comfort Service) 

Will Stop tt! 

Also Regular Weallierstrippfnir aai Stom Wfaiiefini 
fVm limwctlen Mi BMteialcs 



THOMAS R. Pints 



106 Athntic Aveave VftfinM BmcIi, V«. | 

Nlfdit PlHMe 17804; D«y SlfUW * 

I wish information without (^ligation on: | 

n Weatherstrip fo& Metal Casem^ts i 

D Weatherstrip for Wood Casements , I 

n Storm Wimkiws i 

n Screens ' I 



Name 

Addre.ss Phone 

. De It Now! 

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am Rcttliw baek to iMmiMi. 

writM ttftinc teuB went tadi 

Mhcdttte Jmmmrr 9. 

7:9» to t:9» 

Minrl- 

ikf «f eaeh week. Jtuauer t also 
iMnd our badminton frtenda baek 
il ptejr. The bMlatfnton ffnMii» 
9iaiB every Mondmr 7:9& to 9:30 
rJtt. Hnmrf 19, an each TiMMfciT 
tluroagh May, win find om.nOer- 
imB team in Mtkm. 

Anyone wtoMng to ccmtaet etOi- 
cr #r the above croups see Mrs. 
Umit O. Baxasher for badntoum. 
and W. H. KKchin. Jr., for voOey- 




BOOKLET OF COLtBOlS 
C09rs AViULASLe I 

Parents will want a copy of dor 
new booklet, "IT TAKBS 
MOfiS THAN BRAim." 

The booklet not only contains 
a list of college costs at 380 
colleges and nnlversittM, but 
also an interesting explanation 
of Connecticut llutoal'* |Ma- 
Mtlonal Ran. 

foHN A. rvdim 

tdUSnOA B^ilCII IMt-J 





W«h«v«th« 
invtttmtnl 

v. 

youVt looking 

for... if you 
txptct libtril 

timings and 
Inturtd tiftly 

Virginia Beach 
mtRAL 

Savings &: Loan 

Association 

PHONE MSOa-ietH ST. 






Our baske»M^ tsaai wfil ge- 
oBderway wKli g— m Ihia wtiM. 
jAmtrj mwmitaa ate OdM- 
flgbCed vp for the 
t a um a boxing 
of QM poHO 
i^Metk: Otaarmma, Jot 
an llthters win 
fofccs and 
nave peiJuiJBeo .a 

the #orM. 

Oie director to an 

gym seats only 

Ave humfered veagHe so dont wait 

to6 lateybef«re you buy yoar ticket. 

— W. H. ftetone. Director 




Ca« Tew 

Sfteets not being jeahKB over 
^t, aiMl P»t not being Jealous 
over Skeets? 

Jeanette C(^man not Hklng 
iMtFVn-dB? 

Catherine Meeks not liking the 
CherfterfleM song? 

Patsy Conway not swooning ov- 
er a certain boy? / 

Betty Hope. Shirley and Bonny 
- we certainly are glad to ste yon 
back. We can all imagine yon had 
a nice time. 

L. and B. getting married? . . . 
Would be rigliriBce! 

Dd you know that: Connie 
Ccoke mailed a pair of green hand 
knitted socks this week. By the 
way, who were they to?? 

Jane Williams hasn't conie 
home yet. Wish she'd hurry, cause 
we all miss her. 

—Your Snooping Reporte.- 

* * • 

Sports Neirs 

The Oceana girls have a clean 
record so far. Friday night they 
rlayed Great Bridge oh the local 
cfwt and It proved to be the 
tightest game this year. The score 
watffb-3S but it was really a fight 
to get those last five points be- 
fore the clock stopped. 

The Oceana boys also played a 
very nice game last Friday night 
and came out with a high score 
against Great Bridge. Maybe they 
have .flna'Iy gotten "on the ball" 
—and we'll expect the boys to 
win the rest of the games on their 
schedule. 

If you haven't see these teams 
play, you'd better ccnie on out 
andjceep u? with the latest 'sports. 

-J.,c. 

* • * . > 

Have Tott Seen? 

All the new footballs the boy;B 
have been wearing that were giv- 
en out at school Prday? 

Anne Lucas' new green cash, 
mere sweater she rot for Christ- 
mas? Princess Anne Road is do- 
ing all right, eh??^ 

Bill Gilbert's new class ring? 
Could it belong to a certain girl 
at Creeds? 

That Maury class ring Marga- 
ret Anne Mc. i^ wearing? It sure 
is pretty! 

Skitsy's rhinestone necklace she 
c;ot for Christmas from Sonny? 

The diamonds the girls got for 
Christmas?? 

Lequita's necklace and bracelet 
from Nicky?? ^^^ 

Billy Carson's I. D. bracelet 
rrcm Margaret Aniie F.?? - - 

That wonderful girl's team at 
O. R. 8.? Hasn't lost a game!! 

—Two Teen Agers 

* • * 
Want Ad! ^ 

Bruce Jones: a new convertible! 
<lene Johnson: a girl! BiU Oil- 



MAUKI ri\(i 



If you're like most liousewi\'»8 you'Ve probably made a, New 
\ car's ixsi>lutiou to cut your food bills during the coming year. 
So he.e arc a few money-saving suggestions to g«t you off to a 

gwjii and th*iity start: 




^^:ii THIS FCS FRIES 

You'll take pride in am-thing fried 
With ilcrn. It " ideal for deep fat 
fi-yin'T. Kveiything from fritters 
to tish cakes to fitnch fries tUrns 
ou^ crisp, golden brow-n . . . deli- 
cious when yon 
userffxo. SoMend- 
able . . sn dcfiend- 
able — it's the best 
pure all-veRetabl - 
shortening I've 
founds Costs less, 
too. And of course, it's perfect for 
ni<> ousts, cakes and cookies, too. 
Do try it. Buy it at A*P. 

BE TNRWTY Hi 'Ml 

TTaybe tiio best things in life 

.e:--"a't fi-ce; but some of them 

a e miorhty inexpensive, Take 

Ni:CTAPv and OUR OWK TEA.S, 

for example. There's no better 

beveraere for my money. Yet tTiese 

famous teas still cost less than a 

pr ny a cup! That's why I've 

. -^si ilie many thrifty home- 

; w*'o serve A*P "Teas, and 

1 to X'tr <m a poviid. 



iWIU rOR SAUDS ^ 

You doni need a king-size budget 
to enjoy salads ftt for a king. For 
there 8 a wealth of goodness in 
modestly-priced treats like AaP's 
canned FRUlTS FOR SALAD. 
Just arrange the luscious peaches, 
pearSr apricots, and pineapple on 
lettuce leaves. Simply defightfal 
to eat .' . . delightftilly simple to 
serve. Another thrifty A*P buy! 



For hearty enjoyment at dcasei^ 
time — start the New Y«ir Iw 
ending your meals with JA.aP% 
JANC PARKER POUND CAKE. 
Rich, light, always, f rerii— it's de- 
licious 'as is'. . ■ so 
easy to dress up 
in a dorep differ- 
ent ways. .Serve it 
with ice cream or 
fruit. Top it .with 
icjng ... try it 
toasted. And as _._ _ . 
never got such a big eake for so 
little—except at your AaP, 



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size — ^you 



The M8# FtpMMNMIft tKt, WlQk 



rar snKy 
iBV MMnrt, wvM tfB ' 



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bert: a aew <Mr! tm§ • cMf 1u^ 
by Ttarrah: PMqr Md IMMtf ?! 
9AXKt naemm: Baam ham im 
tiM jomtt Aam 
ThoMM, iBrecfiy 

ley: Pislier! PM Ceuwv: Co fst 
out of, school! Catiwrlne WhOa: 
Bowwd Lee. inArMtly! BybB 
White: a made-i9 aidml! Jeanette 
ceHmamu: a awn to lov*! Dickie 
Mmnford: 1 oertate gtrf to Bke 
mef Mr. Pteitone: in old fW3Hi>g 
chair! Coimle Cooie: a certain 
HllyBby! 



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for perfonMBKe, 
f ert and safety wMoh ««i» 
rcvOf Introdnced in the 
Bne hsfe been relsSned. 
Ins charaeienaae toterior 



Yov 4«ii't rM« two bik«f 
wli«ii •■• If •iio««li 



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why pay for dypitoaf •loctric tytf •■!• 
wh*r» •!!• will do tho |obf 



ONS OF VmOINIA'S 9tMt 
asBets is Vvpco's extenaive 
electric tranamiSBion network 
which carriea electric aervice to 
a majority of ita citiauia. 

The Old Dominion Electric Co- 
r^arative now wanta to borrow 
$14,760,000 to build a coin- 
pleteiy unnecessary power ata- 
tion and 966> milea of equally 
vnnecessary transmission lines 
vhich will crisacroaa and largely 
duplicate Vepco'anetwork. Fifteen 
jvillion dollars is a lot of money! 
And more will undoubtedly be 
required. 

A Watte off IPuMic Monay 

^ This proj<»ct will not improve the 
reliability of the power aui^y of 
the IffiA CoK>p8. R will actually 
reduce the aourcea of power avail- 
abfe to them. II will not bring 
j^ectricitv to a aingle additionii 
farm ana it will not reduce tiie 



coat of the electricitv which theREA 
Coopa diatributo. It ia a waateful 
expenditure d publk; mbney. 

A Secioiltlk PretM 

Natur^, since the REA, a gov- 
ernment bureau, will lend theae 
Co-opa the full amount of the 
construction program— almoat 
$18,000,000 at 2% interest for 35 
years, witii no interest or principal 
payments for the first five years— 
rEA wUl retain practicaUy com- 
plete control oi the Co-ops by 
virtue of Its loan agreements. REA 
headquarters are in Washiagton. 
Plainly, any way you look at it, 
thia la another socialistic profect. 
It will compete unfairly with the 
mivate pow^ industry in Virginia, 
The lime haa comie wh<en no Vir- 
ginian can aHoid to continue to he 
indi&Hcmit to vdiat ia going on in 
our country . . . f«r when 4he 
Govwnment controls ei 



you, the individual, will control 
nothingi 

Look how Socialiam haa almoat 
engulM Europe! It can happen 
here if Americana /ef it. Think it 
over ... talkjflf^ver . . . dlacuaa it 
with your hienda and nelghbora 
. . with your feUow-workera . . . 
with your family. SodaUam— the 
threat^ of a sociaUatic Btate*-i» 
everyone's problem beeai^ it is 
everyone's aangerl / 

What AbMI Tout . \ 

If socialised eleqtric power is gcod, 
then socialised buaineaa ol all 
kinds is good. Government al- 
ready competes with too many 
private busineaaes. Do^^pu want 
It to compete with others including 
pejrhap6yourown?Until^epeop/e 
vote for Socialism in &is country, 
let*s all resist having it thrust upon 
us throu^ the back door. Let's 
resist it every tksp of ttie way! 



ymeiNiA mctmc /mb powm company 



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(M. ftoff4C( 

|9li«. rtod, riMd and 
I Cory. 



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KHVr fe« flMUt — Very gentM, 
rHIes and drtvw. Cheap. Ctfl 
Mn. Cecil Wrifht. tetephooe 
Itarfolk 471«S. l-«-9ta 



^NMI SAU&--Bed. spf logs and 

' mattress; also bkmde kitchen 

set. Call between 10 a.in. ami 1 

pjn; Phone 1451-J^ l-C-3tc 



CIIICK»-OUR BEST GRADE 
HSAVY BRCEO CHICKS— 20D 
for $15 00. WORTHWHILE 
CHICKS, 101 W. North Ave- 
nue, Baltimore 1, Md: l-13-«ti 

• r*-— 

rOR MUE— MahOfMy ciiln* 
clowt, line condition. Very reas- 
onable. Phone 1398. 1-13-lta 

FOR SALE — One washing ma. 
chine; also baby carriage. Very 
good condition. Reasonable. Call 
401-M. l-13-3tc 



POR SALE— Cocker Spaniel Pup- 
plea. AKC registered. Call Va. 
Beach 1940-M after 7 pjn. 

1-18'ltc 

"■ II —,■■■■■. ■ .1 ■!- -I ■ II -I — - I I — -4 

Aiiartineiits tot Rent 

FOR RSNT— Three rpdm. nicely 
furnished apartment. Call 1490 
or write P. O. Box 13. Virginia 
Beach. * l-fl-3ta 

APARTMENT POR UCNT— Llv- 
ingroom, bedroom, kitchen and 
bath, fully furnished. All utlU« 
tlea and oil heat included. $49 
per month until June 1st. 20S 
28th Street. Phone aoSl^JX. 

1-18- iU 



FOR RENT— Furnished sma.-l 
apartment, suitable for couple, 
or one person. 160 per month. 
203 Bast Raleigh DrlYe. Rione 
88a-W. l-18-8tc 

Rooms for Rent 



"— Rav* yoar 



icpatma Bcmv uic 



I begins; also 
inf aMMShtaw 

3cm RUJorr, 

PlMml3-J. 



for |30. 

Road. 

l-«-3te 



hoiA nnd Found. 

LOST— smooth - haired POx Ter. 
rler, black and white, short tail 
Answers to name "Dochesa." 
Owner's name and phone No. on 
collar. It found please can 018-n 
or 1345. 1-13-ltc 



Wanted 



WANTED TO BUT- Used piano. 

Mrs. P. S. McCoy. Phone 474-M. 

1-13-3U 



Legab 



LADV LODQER WANT$1}— Sep- 
arate entrance to room and 
bath affords comple|e privacy. 
in excellently located, aulet 
home, References exchanged. 
Telephone 45 or 581-R. U-U-tf 



ROOM POR RENT — BeauUfUlly 
furnished, for couple or two ta- 
I dies. Kitchen privileges if de- 

#, sired. Phone 2a92-W. l-13.3tc 

^f ^._ _ 

Help Wanted 



IVANTEI^Married man wiUi ear 
for sales position. No convass- 
ing. Appointments made for 
yq^u. Exr«llent Income position. 
Rcom 401. AdaiaB~~Ruilding, 
Noriotk, Va. 4-8>^f 

r.lHLs ta) between 22 and 35 for 
survey work at Virgittia Beach; 
must be resident of BMch. Ap« 
ply Room 401 Adams Bldg.. 403 
B. City Hall Avcnu^. Call Nor- 
folk 22000. 4-3»-tf 

LOST— Ladies tan pigskin glove, 
right hand. If foOnd please re- 
turn to Va. Beach Ntewa Office. 

18JI-tf 



MiBceUnneous 



|L%DIO AND nHNiOORAn tt- 

PAUtS— QuanAtea* trark on 
all makes. Plcl^p and Mivtiy. 
Latest recotd reteam. ftml^ 
Music Onnpany, 310 Slat Btraet. 
PhMems. . 3-«-tt 

HOOVER. CLBANSR~SBRVItl^ 

We offer genuine Hoover ser- 
vice l>y factory trained person- 
v€\ at the stMidard natioD-wUte 
(*o«t. P!M>1.' Peed and Iteildingj 

.^u ~r];ec Corp. Phone 560/ 



COMMONWEALTH OP VIR- 
OINIA. In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court <rf the County 
of Princess Anne, on the 19th day 
of December, 1949. 
Prank Wayne Laxton. Plaintiff, 
against 

Anna Blaine Laxton, OefeiMlant. 
— OIIDER OP PUBLICATION — 

The object of this suit Is t« ob- 
tain fioffl the defendant a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii, upon the 
groiuids of desertion for a period 
of more than two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
Anna Blaine Laxton b not a rasi- 
dent of the State of Virginia, it 
is ordered that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary tovpt^tect her 
interest in this suit. ^^ ^ 
A Cwy— Teste: 

WILLIAM P. HUDOINS. Clerk. 

By: R. H. WBST. Deputy Clerk 
C. Lydon Harrell, Jr., p.q. 

1-8-4^ 



NOTICE OP ANNUAL BaBTINO 
VtRQiNtA REACH PIDBRAL ^ 
SAVINGS AND LOAN 
ASSOCIATION 

The Annual Meeting of Mem- 
bers of Virgiaia-Beach Pederal 
Savings and Loan Association, 



VA 

P.RoBndiJr.. 

alaw 

K. 

R. 
tke spouse of 
gatac Sta^P. tf Hvlng, tue hetos al 
law of Margaret Stapp. and aS 
unknown, who iMiy be 
interealed hi the Rrtafe of liar- 
garet Stapp. tf die be dead. 
George Hamilton Stapp. the 
spouse, lof George Hamilton Stapp. 
tf Uvtag. tlw heirs at biw .>f 
George Hamllton^Stapp, and an 
persons unkn ow ih who may be in- 
terested in the Estate of George 
Hamilton Stapp. if he be dead, 

Rnpondents. 
— In Chancery .^- 
The oWect of the above styled 
suit is to partition if practical, the 
property in the Estate of Eliza- 
beth M. Crittei^en now in the 
possession of the Estate of Isadora 
K. Crittenden, generally known 



eap« Charfea-LNMe Creefe 

(Norfolk) 

FERRY SERVICE 

BVIRT 90 MINUTBS 

Crosslnt Time— 1% B<qii« 

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SCHEDULE 

littcmrR APRIL 1. 1949 

Baatem Standard Time 



(Near Norfolk) 
LenvaLMile 

CVMit. Va. 

1:30 A. 11. 

8:00 A. M. 
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9:30 A. M. 
11:00 A. M. 
13:30 P. M. 

8:00 P. M. 

3:30 P.M. 

9:00 P. M. 

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NORFOLK, VntOINIA 



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W. W. JOHNSON & SON 

— REALTORS-. 



MWAu REAL ESTATE 
INSURANCE 



SALES 



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Phane 89 w lUK 



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Charlies 
Sea Foo^ 

On the Shore Ai^Te near 
fhe Lynnhaywi Inlet 



SALES RENTALS 

— CmisiiH a Realtor — 

E. K. mUHMJUUID 

REALTOR 

Isrvia BuiMhif \%n Pacjiie Av^ne 

Telephone: 2<)9 — Home 1439-1 




HOT LUNCHES DAILY 



Airn-HISTAJMINE TABLETS 

Ererytbing in Prefliniption Needs 

LET US HLL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION 

— WE DELIVER- 

ReKifltered Pharmacist ATifaiys on Doty 
ROBERT B. WEBB 

WEBB P^HARMACY 



27th A Atlantic 



Phone 17Kfi 



BEACH 



THEATRE 



FRIDAY • SATURDAY 

THE GREAT LOVER 



Bob Hope 



Rhmida Fltmlng 




SUN,, itfON. A Tf EfT 



HOLIDAY AFFAIR 



Robert Mitchum 



Janet Letgi 



WED. 



THURS. 



ODvia de Havllland 



HEIRESS 



Mofttgomer3r CHft 



It riNi m^t 

IIINMS INTa 
Om MIM 



iS^Blue Ribbon 

Virginia Beverage Co 

1025E. WATER ST. PHONE 21175 

NORFOLK. VA. 



Bayne Theatre 



Friday and Saturday 

SPEGAL AGENT 



WllUam Eythe 



Ltttrt BHbtt 



— AND — 



SAN ANTONIO KID 

fcaturinK Btll Ellfolt an Red Ryder 



Sunday and Monday 

THE LIFE OF THELMA JORDON 



Barbara Stanwyck 



wenseH veeey 



Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 






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fct waniKh md M»e pomMr 
np to H oe pfccioai wl. 
Tbat's how #ife-feii«t«« 
KHOUL ftj% for kfdf. 
Our experts aMoK foa • 

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Powell 

McCMIan 

Lumber Co. Inc. 

17TH STREET 




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Hw Mrtter aMi watui^H^ —t le 

It woald MM^^lMMinrt. IhM Ik. 

OaaDettaum 8i»iMon to^lne o» Jwiuwy l4lh mA Hm* 
.tcad to* til* Pten vary fieMy wtOi tte 

nttwCtaaeU 
lat VlrgtaW 

Ame <^>«My win aoC mux any aoterM procnw towarti UMlr 
tcntial gwla nntu the poUtieal mtmm wMdi haa bM» 
bott) TowB and Cconty for tao ■wny yMrs li 
Urgtato Bea^ wffll fearre a q^enOif opportnttr to do tta fart MMTd 
rkkOat itaelf of iMs awnaee to 'Ha progma In the Town Aetkm 
next June when a Mayiff. three Ccunetlnen and a Town Clerk amd 
Treasurer win ke eleeted. I Intend to cto aU in oiy power to def^fat the 
BMeMne poBtlelaas In Uie June elctlon and to tMs effort. 1 1^ eoo- 
IMtent cf the cooperation and aasiatanee of the todependns* and 
thlnkinc citizens of our commuirity. In conelaalon. mm 1 take thb 
ojyportuiiity to exiweaa ny stocere thanks and mpreeiation to any 
hundre<to of good friends in Virginia Beach and elsewhere who haw 
assured nie that it is an honor to have been tfacharged from any 
pocdtlon as Itown Manager by four men who took action behind cloaed 
doors, which they were afraid to take in a imbHc meettog. 



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TOWN COUNCIL 

(Continued from page one > 



(An alternative was a lump sum 
of $5,500.) 

3. The council passed on Mr. 
liockwood's recommendation a re- 
schiUon asking Harry B. Davlr 
represenUtlve, to oppose In the 
Assembly enactment of legislation 
making annexation more difficult. 
A second recommended resolution 
of the ex-town manager was tab- 
led. It would ask Mr. Davis to op- 
post enactment of legislation to 
change laws so as to increase the 
required population for a town to 
become a city of the second class 
from the . present 5.000 popula- 
tion to 10.000. ^ 

4. Tabled also was a brief Unan. 



cal survey offered by Mr. Lock- 
wood, based on the figures o! 
Goodman, comparing' currer 
financial position of the townv 
general fund with 1948. and show- 
ing an excess of current asaeu 
ovar current HaMllUes. 

5. The contact for the roads 
program to improve Pacific Ave- 
nue to Baltic Avenue, lind th 
side roads between, was awarded 
to W. A. flcott. of Williamsburg 
at a cost of II30.M9. The work 
wUl start within the next 10 days 
Mr.' Bounds said. 



thdr 

of Mm OiavlaaP. 

la (fee 

Mao« iwC. firaii llw mat M iad ew 
baanyn to th. ai4Na Mpt, M:a. 
BeMTa pk^tmm — f a M sd th. rtor/ 
of TMewatw'a aataral gvowflL . 

niiiit » « !i i i a M of wlMfljw- 
er| were exhiMtwl by Mrs. H. 
Gray Parker, who dwwed Uie 
Atamasco Uly^the PMncMl Anne 
Club flower: the yellow ^Mitaine, 
the swamp leocothae. the trailing 
srbutos. the bhie lobelia, amons 
other familiar fayorltes. 

The new year m c asag e frcm the 
"lub president. Miss Elizabeth 
Gregory Hill, was read in her ab 
%nce to the <Mb meonbers by Mrs. 
Lester T. Oayle, Jr., who conduct- 
?d the meeting, ^ledal mention 
was made of plans for the cla:'f 
annual reae show to be held in the 
Pammuna Room of (he Cavallei\ 
Hot«l May 11. 



Tww 

by Ihe WUloaglily T. ftitt 
Pa:«fif-Teaeh« Am ott m VMt to 
ears tm the mma titmnm and 
baMsa of p»Mil8 (tarfenc the awet- 
tBi» ae that fWf 



the actloii tiriun at 



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*gr allCTMm. fhe sMnns «■ b. 
Ml (taty tn another 



IM. L D. fUiley, Jr.. wa. dac»* 
ed to lepreMiit the aaaoelatlon at 
the State confOTmec at Paranille. 
rtithtuy aOun^the pmiRMe of 
■iiich is to organize study groups 
for parent education. 

Mlaa Mabel Brltt. the coaBty 
vidttng teacher. sp(*e on her 
work hi the couq^ imblic schrv 



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Tkcra'i Plmly To D» At Vingiaii Btteh 



jvta wx Hiiifce nme box dance 

(RMOTdtan of P!MK>ai IHme OrelM.traa> . 



tftmt BKWvmBXf ETEifiNo — i to If fmufOk 

Ccvple—tLO* JPlsi Tax 



OYSTER rOAST OYSTEfc ROAfH' 

WBXVNMDAT. JANVAKT If — « U t (TCUNX 

ALL Y&'U CAIf BAT — $2.00 Per Person — 



"Otm TIME IS YOUR TIME" 
"YOUR PLBASUKE IS OUR PLEASURE' 

— At The — 

SHRINE BEACH CLUB and HOTEli 

07111 and AtlaaAe AvsMW Tbglnla BMek. nrfMte 

THE PUBLIC IS HfVITED — KRINO TOUR FRIENDS \ 



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When You 

Think of Photographs 

Think of the Best 

Think of Horace Simmons 



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Johan Franco to 
Preseni Own Music at 
Music Club Meeting 

Johan Pranco, Dutch-AmericaM 
composer now residing at Virginia 
Beaf;h, will present a program oi 
his own music to the Virginia 
Beach, <Muslc Club today. \ 

Mrs. W. Fred Bonney, Jr., con- 
tralto, will sing two of his com- 
positions, "ilusheen," a luUaby. 
and "The Lord's Prayer." She will 
be accompanied by Mr. Franco. 

Mrs. E. H. Church will be hos- 
tess and Mrs. T. C. Davles co- 
hostess to the Virginia Beach Mux 
sic Club and their guests at Mrs. 
Chlirch's home on Avenue B. 

Mr. Franco's music is becoming 
more and more familiar to Ameri- 
can lovers of modern music. Ou 
December 31 William Masselo-. 
we:l known American pianist, 
played Mr. Franco's "Variation 
dn An Original Theme" on Dr. 
Sigmund Spaeth's Saturday morn- 
ing music education program ove; 
the American Broadcasting Sys- 
tem and WGH. On January 19 
Helen Ughtner. soprano, will give 
a concert in New York's Town 
Hall, presenting • some of Mr 
Franco's music. 



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While iMeinll ttn ud wked liim itaa> ODtionl •! Hti* aoni, 



MiUce Slud^baker your 
1930 bi^ word for thril 
^ and solid vaiue I 



GIVE your new-car money ia<han9 
' to buy you America's top value 
in a iow-price autoflnoibile this time. 

Step oat of tlie groove of habit and 
into a Stndebaker showroom. Come 
in and treat yourself to a close-<ip 
cy^l of the rcft^shiogly new and 



40^ 



distinctive Studebaker Champion. 

Go out ior a driv^ in this thriny^ 
1950 Stndebaker. Low, long, allar> 
ing.it'» nx<ftrl9J0 »llthewaythroiigh 
—out ahead in "next ride" as well 
as "next look"— fiastest selling new 
car m Stndebaker histwy ! 



f'.fFrjPf roij MAKf Aflt r-fMMOfJ IFf W, ',>^n^J fOll THF^P F', I 



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MCHim FOB 1950 

New...Nm...New CHRYSLERS with 



all-new beauty inside and out! 




ni|jr*r* N»w On Miptay . . . Come, aee thMU today! 
. . . can of awiNtouif new beauty . . . with new longer, 
lower, lovelier linee . . . etunning new interion, new 
nykm fikbrioe. Yea . . . it's toiay*t new e^ elenw/ And 
Chiyriir'a kiDd of beauty i^ the beauty you really 
appteciate—beeauBe it reflecta the aound engineering 



and the aoM camiort ineide. Again thm ie room to 
spare fior yovur heml, your hat, ywir l^p, your dMnddera. 
Chair-height leata. Again-the Chryaler ie deeigned fbr 
eaaeet handling— far safe vieiim— for eaae of gett&ig hi 
attl out. See it, drive it and you'll agree, ife theanarlait, 
gafiBBt, sweeteet performing car today*. 




Brodkt>-4illortw Motor CSo. 

iTtii 81. ?l»flate BtMli 



COAXES MOTOR CO , Inc. 



2ltt St A PacHicAve. 



Vlri;inia Beach, Va. 




MMMtUMf liittt b 

YMrPmltlMl fir into 



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Unm ffd l kilcMi Mr s Meort- 
iilMir «BiiiiiMiii. otteHli ef Hw 
aiw fhMli« tiMir dtMt <b 




d MMBty iMMMfy «» 
on a UMiMiliH't tad «i^ 
•tfMrHitac prognuB for 
fiMch. ]«llttded M die 
l9«tMMi prtpaiD innld 1m mi- 
iwwVNwr idrertMng to 
teittMs Iran Um mwI, 
'«t atid^ MOtli. AIM idMi-' 
i* the' ercctku (tf levenl 
«Hi>i*|ift ahiaf the uttn^nd 
bicinwMi^f«fd JNiiiatM into 
Vttviiaft BtMii 



Fiflifw BIflipllr 



¥he mniMl it w Un g of Vm fte- 
ilala SMwft fMtend Sgvtnci and 
Lata ilMot^MSea «■• ImM .w«d- 
iMidiy alibi tai tbc offlM of tlw 
mtKMknt. Thb mcabers n^ 
at^»4t6 tbt Bottd of tXraet^ -ZT ^ - f<ilki« 
Hoy *Biih. C. ll. anwnt and WrP^ *? * 1**^^ 
A. t^ny. #r. taamKMeW foOow- 
MratMf ■Mhw the 




re.«leeted the fdiow* 
for ttie eomlat year: 
th, preaMent; ^Hdte F. 
and R. B. Taykv, vlee 
ita: W. M. TeiTy, Jr., aec' 
retaiy'ttoaaom; «m Miaa Mary 
Mridtea. aial|itaiif ajfintwy. 

llie IMrelaiy U Mi report to 
the memden idHaed that IMe at* 
aotilatkiii Ittd made a total of SJ 
loatis dttfliif the year 194t for a 
to«a)^ of approalnately |»M.OM, 



of idvertitlnf «1U to detfe dw- 
tag the next three to four weeka, 
and «Mvk on th« MUftoarda will 
beilp liiiiiiiillaHlf ^ '^ 
"We in tliflfll* floMh ate not 
(Cmthitied on fafe etfxiti 



Ahtiaiie Show Here 
A|irlfl2446aiiilng 
8tet#-wide btereit 



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one of the main events aehe- 
duled durtnt the Bpting at Vir- 
ginia Beach wttl be an antlQue 
show which will be held April la 
through April 14 at the Parish 
HoiMK of Oalllee l^iriaeopal Church 
at IfiUi Street and Ooeaii Front. 
The show win it sponsored IV the 



to reservoi. brlngina this total to 
appraxunately I67400M. while at 
the same time- commitments to 
the fbdoal tkau ^Mm Baidt had 
been rediMied from I100.4M to 

mm. 

Mr. Tvrn a«tod that there was 
ev^ reason to believe that busl- 
nen in 1980 would i(cmttnue to be 
good and thaMf ^ %Moolattam 
wstalMd its nmnal gi«Wth. he 
hoped at the neat wmial matt- 
ing to report assets In exe^ <rf 

Civic Lifttne Aik« 
Oppoiitioii to Aet 
Before Aiseiikbls^ 



. ^. * ^.. .^ . *k i.. w *ouW change the laws of Ute 
Ladles Au^rjt of »f^«»>fj«> Iflit. acttliti forth the provlglons 



and is drairiat state-wlde atten- 
tion firom tt» i^Nifaaalanal antique 
dealers as watt as from those who 
arc interiltad In kaowbig and 
co!leot^ Mitiwtes aa a hobby. 
'^PiVparatliHM to make the evMc 
a eiMceaa art progreaalnff as «om- 
pittee hMAi lattneh thidr w«rfc 
^itli pQBi>hi41iMr «lgor. Oeaaral 
chabr^ <tf the event i^ MM. 
R. B taylor. Mlm Chtea Ha^> 
barger and Mra J. D. W/Caaiada. 
Those Interested in one parti- 
cular categwy W antlQues wlft 
ha«e ttieh- eurioelty eatlafled at 
the show, as diwlays will be made 
of furniture, silver^ glais, china, 
biaaSk ««rt(idti, quUts Mid rugs. 
mmfit ^ort ll behig made to 
gattir iotHOMt the most intMost- 
mt uildMi lalhlB vtel^ty for dis- 
1^. fturawlimals iya well as 
amalMUB frtll Mad artkdea for «c- 
hlMt. naiaclia wUl be attaclnd to 
battvUaat pima whoever pomi- 
Mte. 11^ aaldnK it poaMe tor 
tfaeoe anendiBg to add to thelr 
taMWledie a uitt«ueB. The heaf 
%unm Mtkiamea wUl work with 
Mk vttleMs eemminacB to mnre 
wttMttdlar. adiR atUiAee which 
wtti be bnuibt ^ iMrofteaioaal 
m«i «W be «ar sale, wl^ iHiieRs 
HM k«r UmhA te^eiilB wfll be f <Mr 

^ MM. p. H. AUea is ^iJxflMn o'. 
uimtHm all i s m mm^a i taiObi^s 
IMI li cttltaiMmt anHtae deidHrd 
Uoawkottt Oe atete of VferstoMi- 
m*.^. ft. Addwairoo i L and Mta. 
iJbMimifle Mberts lutva ehatge 
«r ttik ^aa tiddbna. trtdte Mrs. 
^eaaiQB ivoodhcuse. lin. Can 
iW*lw. *. and l|«. A. C. V^ 
^m «» aOvH^ and tlMs emriatt^ 



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an bUac liaaAei by^ ifta. W. C 
MM. M. B. Wrter te 
pactoidtB for «iAMt 

«M1 MM R. O. Bair, 8r^ and Ito*^ 

B.A. 



tb. and Urn. Stan tMSf, mh 
tbOM, opsaketa and «lrttiiltt Mid* 
tn «f aattena aofe, win be M 
mtiWa Bcadi at^atimf p, 9$. 
M. mid St. They wfll lead a pnver 
sdMnl MDd iMrtsbcp dortag M» 
day. At BMht the wietl f ti gs wfll be 
laHHr aywM d in mtaM. and ttw 
paMte l» invited to all nMeUaga. 

The selMMie for the n^fat ses- 



Bbnday. iaadaiy ». •:>• pm 

An i^ttth isB — i l d p B of 

ehrtMhee wltt MM ai the M e flM 

.dlat'C^reh for a auppw eeaier* 

coca. Mn. Marie ikilr win Qieak. 

At l:M PM. mmri IMly Will 
preach. A^hilte an teimai to Hin 
the young peeifle ft thS hour of 
wonMp. 

Wednesday, January 29; 1 p.m. 
— Btarr Dally wlD address the 
PrMbyterlan Men's Clti^. and nMn 
of the vtflous lOiUMhea are m- 
vited to be iitwwnt. 

thtassday. Jmioaiy M. 1:00 pjn. 
—Starr Dally wUl weak at the 
Baptist Church. This servlee wlU 
be aponamed by the American 
hnioti. the iynarieatt'Aitalllary, 
and the Veteraiii of PHalgn Wars 

Friday, Jattuafy IT. 1:00 pm.~ 
Starr and Marie Dally wUl meak 
at CWllee Bplaetval tSHundi. 

The schedule for tlw morning 
and i^temooiiB Is aa fcdiowa: 

JlVednesday, January aS: Oalllee 
ft)lsM«>al Church, 11 am.. Pn9- 
er School led bf Starr Dally: ia:SO 
pin., tunehemi (eaeh pentm Is 
asked to bring sandwiches. Coltde 
wiQ be served by the |iost chureb.) 

Daily. There will be time for In 
tervteWB until 4 p.m. each day. 

Thursday, January 38, Baptist 
Church; and Friday, January at. 
First Pr^byterian Church— both 
samp schedule as for Wednoday 





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Vht South Virginia Ceach Civic 
League has sent tottem to Mate 
Repraaentatlve Harry B. Davis 
ahd State Senatw Benjamin Oun- 
ter asking them to <^paee isgls^ 
latl^ before the AasMuMy whteb 



under which IncMrpoMted tewm 
may lyeome cities of the first and 
second class, "pie pr<woBid lesls- 
latton caUs for a CMimunlty to 
have a pop^atton of 10.0M befttre 
it would become a elty of. tha sm- 
otul alaaa, Mthnr than tlw 6,000 
poiMilatbm now raiiulred. For a 
fiMt daN city, tha im«Msal rate' 
as tha piqtulatlon frtmi' 10,000 to 
36,000. 

The League installed Its new 
officers for the coming year, with 
Mis. ftank KliNN>er succeeding 
Bmest N. Allen aa pMsldent 



Cooke P.«T. A. to be 
Host to Coiintr 
Council fhttTMi^ 

r in*« 

The Wittoughby t. Oaoks School 
Farent-Teaeher Aaioclation will 
be hoet on Thuraday. January M. 
to the meeting of the CTounty 
Ctiuneil (rf the FMMt • Teacher 
Assoelatiena. 

Tha meeting wUl be held at 
3:0b^pm. in the school audltortttm 
and wlU consist of talks and dls- 
cus^n of eurrttit problems. All 
mraibeM of ttte locd F.-T. A. are 
invited to attend the meeting and 
the tea which wlU fellow. 

Mrs;^ Ek. Flnl^k Jlr., Mrs. J. 
W. Allen, 3r., and Ifers. W. W. 
OiMinell, Jr., are in charge of re- 
fri^d^iMits. I 



USO Fmd-RaitiiiK Cnmiil* to 
fie Lamiehid Etriyin Ftbnan^ 



Mtos for the participation o! 
eMh Vlrctaiia county m tiib Uttlt- 
at Servlee tttaidaatlmis* fand- 
mlsiitt campaign bi early F^xii. 
»y aM tMtffiv eom^tion, ac- 
AidQv to «a annovaoeBMml fM«n 
the USO dampi^m Readquarteis 
In Mrimnttd. 

FrfncoM kem Count's USO 
quota ~6 fl,iMJ4. 

VtAmteer oottty Jmo tellers 
are busy ^vgmitttog 
conu^ttees, otilecUiHi 
and l^M^ols^ativa 
the USD euBpaitn MlMse con' 
thmed. 

'■USD is depending aa ti» Msi< 
dsnU of Vltsiala^ one lMa*« 
ooimtleB to rtfae ttia MfMSb loal^biqs and gMs,' 
from wfalA 
4a,«eo ywrnt 

mvi« tti the MMMd tacaa wltt 
ittredly beaeft," tte release aidd. 

"n» BMKaity tX tti»e men a^ 
woielwlio teve joksid Om mm- 



went on. 'UMiy of them left hom^ 
for the first time whm they |o:<i 
ed the service. Itwy need all tlu^ 
tSBO Is equMMM to giva— Whole 
aoMe good Vatm and retaoat^ 
at USO centHs, and frfen«Uy aet- 
v^at—Vtm hoawlowto touch away 
fit«n hoBK;" the USO ounp^a 
r riea a e added. 

ltos{dtiybed vetnwia also b«w 
At trtNtt USD's -retvter, pn^ 
ikaaax entwrtbhuaant provided 
thraash VMerus 
Shows. 

"Vtoglnia'a coimtiea -^Nvtag the 
war ycM8 rtiaed much Imtn- ww 
tas fw USO Ouui th^ u« iraw 
batag asked to raise. We know 
th^ «-yi not MU us and U^ own 
theUSOaaM. 

Bany B. Aagmtiiie. p ia ii den t 
rt Ae iM^e>FlMtiRs ^d* ai^ 
!»■» CttBBpMy. I^taiond, n »i .> 
USO Stote CWMMm tMamnei-; 
CoiHity cclkctions wfll be tor> 
wM'ded to Mai to ta ant en to 
Ilw.aaltai4 
Vfewl^ilcObr 



Mirib 0f Mmi ftofiwi hi 61^ 
MCfMlylMyiiiHMte 

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MmJteak «l illHi eampalgw msl saaaaMy la I 

HitieMslery 
I an (lell to tigkl): Mm. C. C. 
Byie« ftiiTiiirfrl etlalaaad waitoa, Mn, W. C. BveeeU. 
teMMl cbabiaaa far Um mna, Baberl Oaiien, co-ciia ir m aw far 
eeleMd wariMM, Mm. Fraak KaBaM. eamrty cbataaai^ Mra. Wal- 
%am Cku^ maHwl at tlw Filmi am Amo C«Mly Cbapter of the 
Nallaawl FaaadaBaa far laf astfla Fatalyala, and Mm. Aainy 
of the eiapler. (Wmmaiia Fhatoi 



NgtiotMl lijrofie 
Week Obsenrod hf 
Locil Onfiiiiiaitkni 

National Jayoee Week ia being 
eelebratad this wedi by local 
mmkma of the Junior Chamber 
<A Oommerce. who have rededl- 
eated UietiMelvM^to carry out to 
tiie letter tha Jmreae crM^-^to 
ieam alvie eonaiknumeM through 
eaastniatlvf aetimi. 

Bo Job, thiv daelarat la loo big 
for the Jayceea. and no JaycM it 
too big for a Jirt>. Fotaiad In April, 
1I4I. tha local cbib has an en- 
viable faemd <tf aecMDpttdmMttto, 
a partial list of whli^ UMlUdM 



■"^e" TBfyt »HBi 



Dimos Danw fm- two yearii plae- 
en benches oat seawall and Atlan- 
tic AvMiue; reforestatlm program 
in county through Creeds High 
Schooi; jHiOnsorshlp of Bxplorer 
Fost 08 Sea Scouts: State JayoM 
Ctmventton in May; Junior Qoif 
Tournanmit; Seoteh'^llte ^ape on 
school chUdren'a Mcycles: 

Cimtlttued pushing for comm.'- 
ttlty ptida and idvlc «;>irit In the 
yeung inan; educatian program 
to make the voting public familiar 
with Hoover Commlmlon riport 
by making speakers availaMe to 
cluba mid organlaationa; *and an*' 
nual Tourist &tformati<m School 



RoliE Commutiioii at 
Ganlce Wedneidfty 

There will be a service of Holy 
C(Mnmuttlon at Oalllee Bpiscopal 
Church at 10 ajn. Wednesday. 
January 38, the Conversion of St. 
Paul. 

The service is being he!d one- 
half hour earlfer than usual be- 
cause of the prayer conference, 
conducted by Starr Dally, which 
wHl take place at Galilee, Janu- 
ary 28, at 11 a.m- 



Presbyterian Men's 
Club lo Hear Daily 

■The FMBbyter|i& Men's cnub 
will hear Starr Dally, rotowned 
speaker ami >arlt«r on r^glou^ 
themes, at its meeting at Y: pm. 
January K, at tlw ntes^ytorlan 
Oiurdi. 

Deaeribed as a "Modoti Paul." 
Mr. Dally ts said to appeal toa 
ty)^^ crass-aection of ASMr^n 
80^^, firam* the wealthiest to 
the pomest. 

M M rtws ti other churches 

)Mive bften invited to attmd. 



AiKintM. wmsixiiati^to me 

SPBAKKR AT JAVtSK MNNCR 
MfBKTIMi TI?G^AT NIGBV 



iankir Woman's 
Clyb Elects Mrs. 
Alien President 



Mrs. James W. Men, Jr., was 
erected president of the Junior 
Woman's Club vi Frlncess Anne 
County at a meeting TuMdsy 
night at ttie Storlne Beach Club. 
She wUl succeed Mrs. J. Ooode- 
now Tjler In thitf position. 

Other oflfleers eleoted were: fint 
vice president. Mm ivmk ^' 
OlgUa; second vice prealdeiit. Mrs. 
fi. W. Coanell, Jr.: thh^ vice 
president. Mrs. W. A. Smith. Jr.: 
recordliw sNretary. Mm W. 1 
Renn. Jr.; cl^Msp«ldlnf 



urer, Mrs. W. W. Washburn; par- 
liamentarian, Mrs; J. Ooodenow 
Tyler: historian, Mrs. D; Murray 
Malbon; and coptact chairman, 
&Gs. Harry Hollan()> Sr. 



Rear Adadral J. B. Wl^dtjel, 
lK9lf. rH., wni be the guest speak- 
er at the regular dimwr meetine 
tf Ae Jmtor Chambsr of Com- 
met<» whteh wiil br he^ Tues- 
day, JIOMaiy 24. at tiie 8^urta.'' 






Laymen's Conference 
Attended by Local 
Episcop&l Men 

Joseph Reed Rout ten and 
Charles Field, 4th, were Invited 
by Mshop WlOam A. ttrown to 
attend a Laymen'a Conf«rence at 
Roslyn, the Dtoceean Center of 
the l^lscopal Church at Rich- 
mond January 14 and 16. L. B. 
tttielly had also received an invi- 
tation from BlBh(H> ftrown to at- 
tend. 

This confeMtvBe was a part of 
the nation-wide campaign of edu- 
cation being hiauguMted through^ 
out the Bpiscopal Church to in- 
form all Its members about itf 
new program of greatiy enlarg(>d 
activity in Chrtotian Bdacatton 
in misshms at home and overseas 
in sodal relations, and in all the 
jther phases of the church's na- 
tional and wwld progrun. Mem- 
bers of Oalllee R>lsc<qMl Chu^h, 
ied by l|te Rev. Bdmund Berkeley, 
are plmming fUU iMrticipation in 
this national church-wide cam- 
iiaign. 

Laymen are to have immiment 

roles to the campaign, and al- 
ready more tiian 1,000 mtn have 
.idunteered to take special train- 
ing in prvparation for teUit« the 
;tory ct the church's plans t.i 
Tcstries and ottwr gitMips lO. tay- 
nen in all parts of the country, 
nils is belteved to be tite fis: 
time any cotwparaMe numb^'of 
aymes have enpkged in suc^ an 
enterprise fW- the church. 

The enlargeWMit cH plana to atl 
d^iMurtments <4 the Episcopal 
Church's, work is to be provided 
for Iw a greatiy liKsrMised finan- 
cial budget The Oeneial C«ivtn- 
tiOB. wfclch met li\^n Frsni^sc 
\%A autumn, adcq^ed a bJdgM of 
35.6H.«lt for the year l»»8. and 
Oie same amount for I9SI and 
!»82. The iMKteet tor l?4t was 
IS.WMOa. so5^-«»e-tocreije fe 
aew^ two i^lea doltos. 



VD Day has been set for Febni- 
iry IS, and will eonttame mti. 
\terch 15, wl»i ttie NorfOBl-Ftto- 
:esa Anne Comity Health Ospmt- 
3ienta Jimiing ta a eoopCTatlve 
effort to find and bring to toeat- 
fflent unfoimd cases of venereal 
disease thAnghout the Tidewa- 
ter area of Virginia. Dr. William 
Y. Gtarrctt announead to^Qr. 

Th^ annoancement was omde 
tins week ifter a s^ea of con- 
ferences among local, state, and 
armed forces health officials. 

Incltkled to the program are 
the counties Ol Nansemond. War-^ 
wick, Bllnbetii aty. Frinceaa 
Anne, and Nmiolk, and the cttlra 
of Suffolk, Hampton. South Nor- 
foUi. Newport Hews, Portsmouth, 
and Borf^. 

The primary oMIact (rf the pro- 
gram win tn to find and bring to 
treatment M many tofected per' 
sofls as possible to the Shorteet 
poaittfle time to an effort to halt 
nonerous dialiis of Inf eetbm of 
both syphlUs atid geoorrhea. 

Movtag irieturea. new«M«ar ad- 
vartiaing, radto programs, comic 
books, juke boa recorda, tectores. 
litmrature. and other forou of 
nmas communication wiU be used. 
Area pastors wiU be asked to de- 
liver a VD sermon during the 
month, and all ^pes of organlaa- 
tlens Will be adwd ta^devote a 
^ ma of tiwk meettnis to 

Among those being asked u) as- 
sist are representative «r dvlc. 
%ocia^ fraternal, youth, medical, 
and welfare organisations, dergy? 
man, parente, teachers, membem 
of management and labor, and 
health officials of the li^med forc- 
es. 

Through the program, it is hop- 
ed that every penon in the Tide- 
water area will come to know the 
basic facts about syphilis and 
gonorrhea. 



Cavaliers to Meet 
Deep Creek Tonight 
On Oceana Court 



The Oceana Cavaliers pl^ Deep 
Creek on the Oceana court to- 
night. Friday, January SO, /With 
the Cavaliers neking thelt( sec- 
ond confwence wto. Oceana will 
play Frahklin Tuesday. January 
24, at FrankUn to a Xooip tilt 

Kempsville handed tile Oceana 
boys their first cohfer^ee d^at 
!ast Friday by a score i^ 4i-18. 

The Oceana girls won oveir the 
Kempsville girls Friday night bv 
a score of 58-28. Dnrls Hareum, a 
newcomer this year, made a grand 
total ^rf"^ potots. 

The Cavafiurs tomped over Fo- 
quoeon 48-24 Tuesday « night cm 
tiK local court? wMle the tfbte 
conttoued uiAeatMi mr Winning 
over the Poquoson giite 42«M. 
Jam Ml<Wette was high aetntee 
with 83 potots. 



C» of C» IMrtdiiNni lo 
Meet Jammry 2S ' 

Tlte tegidar meeth« of the 
Board tf Directon of the ^r- 
gtate Beach ChMiber of Omi^ 
meroe win be hM an ^ThUiaday. 
January 18. to ttw Bai^ ti Vfer^ 
9U^ Beach. R has bem annoaa>> 
ed by the CImmMw ^lee. 

AdvH^Mttg phms far the corn. 
^ s ea so n wll ba #R«Md and 
Kvax^Sm^ <tf a ocmtract f<^ the 
^siMtog eg a aew IdM^ for \km 
3ea(^ Witt be h»^ 

W. W. M^CtaMm. A., amr^r 
ii«»realde. 



The f raalasi Itei^ «t 
Jriva swww Into action Satoiiar 
oiondng when Fire CMel B. B 
da^Ba hMAd tha aMet etievf d\ 
jmd meetasobv pvade avar wti- ) 
:iesacd at the Beach. hfth^Mar* 
to the parade w«b the vmrloBf 
flie departments to tlw eowty. 
fljoy SNfOta, Cub Sraola. SMjoV' 
ettM, high school baindi. Afoy 
«d navf tateea, daeotirted floats, 
and ecunty and town eflleli^ 

Coto boan to the atawa of 
mtotatore iron tamgs wan earrled 
to bystanders who MirtribatKl 
gemrously, netting iwa wlmatet y 
8108 to the local ebaptar. Cn«« 
to the attiaettve young faidlao who 
gave thalr ttoM goea to Warn 
Betty Hope Hanliy. Matlatt Mo- 
beek. Bunny Hlea. Btoi i tW Bswd- 
ley. Fhylin Faekard and Billy 
ThAoiN^. 

CMn bmuaweM dMrtbutad. loi- 
IdWlttg Mm patbdi. 1^ Mm. Mth- 
atd Walton, Mm. WaUir Taylar. 
Mm Matt wmte. Mm. amy aol- 
lan4 Un. tL L. ila»goit. Mm. W 
F. Halliiii. Mm. J.. D. W Camada, 
and Mm SUbtfy KaOaM. lo«m 
ohabttML 

Mrs. FMmt Xallltt. «i» Mads 
the eetibty wmlMM. to imliliil by 
M^ dyda AbaalMB. Mn. tk D. 

uMiMAattafiar. Mm. IF t liar 
Mttadm. MM. BUS StsiB and 
Mm. Litthar GMhofi "All at lyr 
worktfa an iMrklng hard and a» 
WUIIlit ttiia mA aad ia wbat Bwy 

laM to meet the taiMMte died 
tor aa aMMtoutfy sMaagaM 1080 
drlva.*' ters. Bidliai iMaNd. 
ColoMd voAgM aM OMler the 
u^naMMp af Mm. BRUMtt 
Kyla. wllb BabMl OatdaM aa eo- 
ehataraan. BMb of ttSM tMdteM 
todleato that ttuy wUl SouMa 
thebr p la dgi a oi teat year to ei«* 
bat iHrttitttattllea thai 1180 auy 
(Cotttiaiagd SA paia ili^ll 



LueidYtteram 
NowKicdyinf 
Myideirfaiecls 

Vetenuli Aidnd N«t 
T6 Write V A Mleer 

Patienee AihrlMd 

'f ■' ", 

The Aral Uriekle itf ete^ to 
Vlrgtoia Bttseh and FirtoeoM AaMe 
CcUQty in the NaMSM Blliftee 
Ufa Insurance VM^al iMvldMiA t> 
veteraaa of w««M War H aama 
into the Fort (MttDe «a Waihia^ 
day, ae«erdl«g to rualMaibniL 
Howard MyeM. til att ttaMa M« 
approJUBMi^ IJM lalMtm in 
ttw enuiVt alBMOitft Ik k Ml 
known how aimvr ol tbaaa iMI^ la 
alittMa ibr the dIvliHA 

tn iha aattott, Hmmm abaeht 
tor a total af IMOO^MMtl i^tt 
go out 

Aaoerttw la VMMaiM MMMria^ 
tntiott. tha BiAiot ioit irt Mm 
payMaM aperaUott wfll ia «Mk> 
pteied bar JbM M^ iHb^ l^Mwy 
WBO nawi laetiWMl ac^iaialiSM^ 
meM cai^ attar bMlligt to ttitfr 
(ttvMend atuMtalbwi Bmrn om 
be aamutai ttay vrtl HatHw 1MB 
<ttvMeud dieeb batoM iMMb t^ 
llMr^ut waMMS anl |a wBM to 
VA tf ttny <ta aac^ifieaMw 
dMdtt at M aarty dMa, 



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VA. -^ 

tbc MAhnaf 
ljne-3ly..ti^ 

:ha V, s. TttoMNK^. ite febl 
matt atojoi aMNM s^ar 

Bve-di9^ vwfc %cA, ^abiol 
aMtten.^t^tdto a Warit 

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A nwfcwBian for the Town Ooaaell, In s rtateownt to 
•ftar tlw mmamn dlwilwl of lAwmiM Loekirood fran 
M teirn manafer iMt week, made It daar that a town i 
•Mr In naf lit, te answtrabte to the eouMU. 



poat 

who- 



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Wo, in tarn. nBLUVI THAT TBM OO OTBDIL IS AM8W1RABUE 
TO THI TAXPATIRfl AMD Cri'lZUfS Of VBK TOWK. 

t%M eouneil memliera are put in offtoe Iqr the najortty of the 
votm to act for the dtlaens In rtumlng the aSalia of the town and 
In apendlng the taxpajren' money for the tettermeirt of the town. 
Xmee, they ien« the townsmen and ahould aniwer to them, fully and 
teaett^, or Iw removed from offlee. , 

llila betaf ao, we believe that the hakl atatemeht mumeratini 
•ia iMMma ^ Mr. Loekwood's dlsmlMal ahould be baeked up with 
iMti and flfurta and made plain. To say that one reason waa hia "use 
•f town sttppUea and labor for his personal benefit," is a very serious 
ohane. and we have the Hght to know what town avmiUM, where, 
«lian, ifld how, and in what manner his use*of thtfo differed from 
the use other town offlelals midM of town supplies and ialbot. 

"Irrsfularlty of eharglng maintenance Items of expense to oapital 
i m fe^iv e ment bmd funds so as to reflect an untrue filctare of the 
tcnm'a financial condition'' waa another of the reasons stated. In 
what manner was this Mr. Loekwood's re«onsibility. and not that 
9t the town enilnMr or the town tnasuror? Is it a disfraca and mal- 
feasance of offloa to make an improvement in a town'a financial con- 
dttkmt AetuaUy «ich an finprovement is shewn in the town's official 
iiiiit. just aoeeptad by oounetl. » 

The people should know these things. 

Wo betlave that thaae and the other reasons stated are no reasons 
for dittilaial at all unlem they can to baifltd up by faet. Th^ lotrit, 
ia thlnts now stand, more like «tci)Bes and evasions, and as such have 
llttla foundation In actuality. 

Mr. Lockwood has answMied the slii "reasons" for his dismissal 
la io oonvincint a manmnr that he has Mt little ikmbt in the minds 
if thlflilnt people that they were nothing more than trumped up 
•hartea. If the council's ehargef have validity, let them to made pUOn 
so that the public «an Judm< tkwneil's past rectml of "let the puMic 
to damned" does not Inipm confidence in its motives. ' .. 

We are still unshidt^n in our original conviction tliat fear prompt* 
ed the council members who participated in the ouster, not particular- 
ly their own ftor, but fear on the part of th^ masters, the poUtical 
powers behind-the-scenes who actually run the town and who Hy 
down the "party line" to to followed. 



' " Cmtr OP POUCB JOHNSON DHnNDBD 

Recent crittelsm by the Norfolk press of the action of our Chief 
^»ot Police tteevis Johnson and Patrolman Page Oarrlson in pursuing 
Ul automobile which crashed into some pine trees near the entrance 
to Camp Pendleton, killing three and seriously injuring a fourth, early 
Sunday morning, January B. was obviously expressed without a full 
knowledge of the facta Ui the case. ^ 

The accident was, of course, most regrettable, tti gruesune out- 
come protably has not been equalled by any accident in the ccHmty 
in recent years. 

However, it is our feeling that Chief of Police Johnson and Patrol- 
man Garrison should to congratulated on their police tactics u^ed 
throughout their entire connection with the case, from begin^g to 
Nid. The unusual tohavior of the drivw as well as of Uie other occu. 
pants of the death car were observed by our police, and the pursuit 
wu started only after it became clear Uiat the occupants were In no^ 
comtttttm to to operating an automobile and that tliey w«re. in fac| 
«HWrating it hi a manner which was unsafe to tlw life and limb 
anyime who chanced to to im «Mr near the highway. It ahouM be taA 
Idmsixed that reckless drtirtng was not th« only noasible charge ttutt 
would have been maifte against the (drviH- and the occupants tf the car 
hid the police succeeded In ovulaklng the €ar.>1^t a consMnral^e 
quantity of alcohtrt tod toen connmied seems to to beyond question. 

W\e can well imagine the reaction of our own town reridenta as 
wiSH as Uw Norfolk i»ess.had Ch^ Jcrtinscm uul Patrotanan Oarrtsim 
IMtoe ee d e d leisurely on ttohr roi^M duUes without tfving punult to 
the«tf and later found thiMi tte cmt ImuI maimed or kiUed cl^dren or 
adii^ diurch goers. ActrntOy tto «»r was twaded toward ttie- vtcttilty 
■f one <rf our churctoa that halUt early Sunday nMrnlnc aN-vloea. 

Ptettrnnrare, there Is no evidenee that tte' ptMee piuMRd tte 
ear at a rate <^ nieed iicatHr than V« miles an Imv, wtdch In our 
is suae than reasoiudMe fbr a "ho| pursuit." 

Tianytfiottt we betove that tto poltee acted with tte greatest 
and tai. a manner which tauwred to tte highest degree tiie 
HmMIc wAttn ami safe^ of oat town. 



Aecounta Payable 

Notes Payable tSanks) 

Total Aecounta and 
Notes PayaUe 



MM»M^ in,1HJH 



wi.imM 



(b) CxeaH of Current Assets 
over Current Uabllltlcs+ tTAMjOJO 



— ItmM + tM,74tJt 



TOTAL |ia.lM.ia «102,11MI +$ ffijUtM 



Sxplanatory Motes: 

<a> Of Ite total payroll defakatloa of $IS.aM.irrqiortad by Mr, 
Goodman, iMJoeja has been colMttd to date of tiamaSMt 11, lt0. 



Tte rematadnt balance of |f,0MJ7 was reforred to tte Ta«# Attorn^ 
by Uie Town Council for eolleetlon on Oetobn- 13, 100^. 

(b) At August II, IMS. Currant Asseta exceed^ tittiriHt liaMtt- 
tlcs by $S7.0MJO. At Aufust SI, 18M, Current liaMlltleB aaeeeded 
CunWit Assets by |Tl,MSJt. Those fiiuraa hidlcate a net Improve- 
ment hi currant psitlon during tte 19M-49 PIseal Year amfluntlnt to 
$12S,t4iJI. It wMild to conservative aeoounting practice, howovor. to 
deduct tte presently unootteoted balance of tte payroll defakattou, 
namely i»,01f J7 f^m. tte $1M.74«JI, thua showing a tet improve- 
ment of |11»,7MJ» from Septonber 1. 1941 to August SI. 1M0. 



CivU Service Board 
AnnoimceB Three 
ExaminationB 



Gofemment Tto Book 
Nutioiial Best Seller 



"Vbur Pedcnl MmnaJSax." the 
aneW gvMe Vor taxp^wrs pub- 
to tte ^reau <^ Interna^ 
hu established itself 
tte top <m naUoaal best- 
ttsts. a<«onttng to informs- 
re^attd feoaitly. Ovix 200,r 
eepi^ of this 13S-pa8e txx 
which is tvtS^iae from the 
SwulnteiMtent of l%x;umiNits, 
I^M^ Office, at 



2Sc a eonr. were sold during ths 
Srat S weelds sinoe puMtcntien. 

This new and Unproved cdttton 
of "Your fMeral teeome Tax" 
covers, in a s«ri#»oC diort artt- 
cles, questions whidh may c«nc 
up ccncemlng tax retwns; it cov- 
ers the latest laws. Bureau rul- 
ings, ami cmirt dec^siote. C3«ap- 
ters have toea added whldi cov- 
er installment »iles ai^ tte im- 
portant appeals proce<taire. Ako 
included are fac^miles <ot tax 
forms fuid a detailed taidcsi. 



A Civil Service exnmlnatkm for 
the position of Automotive Me- 
chanic (body and'fender) for ap- 
pohitment In varloua Pedwal ag- 
enda hi tte Norfolk and Pmrta- 
mouth area. Is now open, it was 
stated today by B. darii Bell. Re- 
corder of the Board i^f V. S. Civil 
Service BxanUnen for the Fifth 
Naval District. Salaries for tte 
position range frmn $11.84 ^et 
day to $12.80 per day. 

Applications torHMs exunlna- 
tion must to on file not later than 
January 30, 1060. 

No written test is required for 
this examination. Applicants wi'l 
to rated on the basis of their 
training and experience as de- 
scribed hi tteir amUcatlons. * 

Civil Service examinations tw 
the i»pBitions of Illustrator. GB-S 
and dS.4, for appointment in va- 
rious Federal . agencies in tte 
vicinity of Norfolk and Pmtar 
mouth, Virginia, are also open, it. 
was slated. Salaries tor the Q8-3 
po$itiorm ruige frtmi $S8S0 t9 

130 per year and for the GS-4 

iUons, fn»i $38T6 to $3865 per 

,r. 

No written tests Mre required for 
these Mamlnattote. Api^ksants 
wui to rated im the basis oT ttetn ^ 
training and expetiraee as de- 
scribed in tteir i«pllcatfaMtt and 
on a sample of t^hr wwk wldch 
shmi^ to Bubmitted at tte time 
of nUng imrtlcaUns. 

Tte atove wamiwatioiy are be- 
taig teU to tte Board of U. 8. 
CivU Smhee Bxatttoen. Fifth 
Naval DbtirlGt, and apidieattons 
must be (m file with \ht Reoord- 
er, Bovd of U. 8. OvU Serrtee 
Bnmums, Hfth Nn^ DMrlct, 
U. 8. Navid Base, NaiMk II. Vfr- 
gli^. not later ttom PkbittMy 18. 
IWt. ' 

t^QOvMe infotoMttion mid ap- 
pOeaHon foims Imt to obtained 
fkott ttie ReeoMer. Board vt U. 8. 
CivU Servtee Bvawrfnua. Piflh 
Naval District. U. 8. HunA Base, 




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Morfblk 11. Vlrgm^a. or from any 
first- or sseondrelaas post office 
In thla area. 



The Dseember breakdown by 
sarMa nw: Va I4JM.TSS: r? 
|M.iM; O'i |1,10T,SM. Hftflimsiid 
dttylrose f^om aeeood plaee hi 
NovJnbCT to first hi December, 
with k total of II.1MJS0. Mdrfolk 
atr toek fbat Mmw hi Movoabur 
with $wnjHt (0 njdim^s 
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lOIN the 19S0 "Commerce" Christmas Club be- 
fore enrollment closes for the year! Assure youfi^f 
of money whoi you needhli during the YuleWe seli- 
h&n. Not much time is left* ^ get tuto the Club Mir. 
tldKe out your membership tbwiy at any ctmveni^nt 
"Cmnmerce** frffioe — th«re are 8 to serve you! 



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lechnieal advance 
to fho pewairtnt totertrtea" are 
f oreMat lor IIM by Heiffy P. !>«▼- 
er, preridefift of Brown Inrtm- 
nents iBvUon of MimwapoHs- 
HonerveO RegoMor Company. 

"lattaitrial tartrmnentatlon has 
beeone ao mich a ret^rired part 
of eeonoBrieal OQtpot of Mghet 
Quality prbdacts that the eontrob 
iHMlneaa today )to an excellent In- 
dex of futare toemb in mans 
IMdi," Mr. I3«fer aald. "In many 
mtaneea, too, dMuuid fob auto^ 



gfabrthand and Tjrirfng 

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' MThfle INf WM f!» aotoBMllve 
InAMtry's greateat year." said lAr. 
V^mm, "atwna ot tht mmiot 
compafli ei wt confident <tf mite- 
talning schedules at the sane 
rate or hUrher in IMO." 

Mr. ttggers foneaw a emtlnoed 
high rate Ot hmiding eonstruetloa. 
a eoueqnent "eontlniilng effect 
on glass demand far Into 199d." 
Optttulm in the ftet gtass tndat.- 
try, he said. Is based on the oi- 
thnsiairtlc acceptance of larger 
windows In homes, Oora. office 
building^ aparUnents, schools, 
hoqiltds, and nuuiy other ^vc- 
tares, and a similar trend towsrd 
lai«er safety glass areas in auto- 
mobiles. 



We are entering IgSO \rlth the 
demand for oontalmrs muHmin- 
Ished-from a year ago, according 
to C. B. Black, pieddent of the 
American Can Conqmny, and it is 
likely the rate of production will 




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They WMV naned ai the cMb^s 
■MeM« held )uA wedk. 



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NBVER befoie hq^ the men and 
women of America given such out- 
sp^cen and overwhelming ptefieience to 
imy motor car in <my prfce field! 

Reports coming in from all parts pflAeV 
cbuh^ iitaficate'mat jpec^ are aodauiK 
ii% the great dew 1950 Chevrolet fiirk md 
fintsim lowest coa. 

TheyYe saying It's Bnt and fin^ in 
iheet, gracd^ s^hig at kmtA OKt ... 
Aisl and fine^ in hixtirioiis, room-to-relax 
comfort at lowest cost . . . mid, above all, 
ttiqrVe sqrhig Chevrolet b tet mid Ifaiesi 




in dynamic performance and smooth, 
^torUess operaticm at towest cost! 

For here's the olfe and only low-priced 
car offerii^ a choice of two ^at engines^ 
and two great drives— the Automtak 
hfwtr-Tekm and the Sittm^anf Pwver' 
Tetm'-so that you may bi^ a Chevrolet 
provMing fine, thrifty automatic drivkig 
or fine, thrifty standard driving, as yon 
pref» to have if , 

€bme fai; exanuiK this trend-leadUig 
Chevrolet for 1950; see for youtaett why 
Chevrolet k Ameriai^s BestSe^ — 
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Mra. raoB. cMb pretfdent, wet- 
coned the f<rilowlskg goerts: Mrs. 
A. ▼. flMivan, prsaidint of the 
Junior Woaaan's Ghib <rf Cradoeic, 
Mtas Pearl Doty, eneuUve secre- 
tary ol the frinc es a Amie Chap- 
ter, American Red Cross, Miss Eva 
MM Hee, Oatrkt director Prtaeess 
Anne Comity CHrl Scoots, M». 
Ivy RkMiek. Mrs. H. W. Pulfard, 
Mrs. HssUns and Miss Vera Chf- 
ton. 

Mte Cnflon recdred a Certi- 
flcate of Merit and a Junior Red 
l^roes yfe-savliv pin, ivesented 
by Mrs. Dmon. This was for ser- 
Tlees rendered In the rescuing ot 
Miss Jacqueline Alltem from 
drowning at Chesapeake Beach. 

Mn. Oemps^ J. Wilkins, public 
welfare chairman, asked individ- 
ual club members to support the 
dance for the benefit of the March 
ofi^tAmes to be given at Chesa- 
peake Beach at a date to be an- 
nounced later. She also urged that 
the club UKmbers support' the 
boxing matches Hrhich wUl be held 
at the Virginia Beach Community 
House on Monday, January 30, st 
8:00 pjn.. also for the benefit of 
the polio fund. A $10.00 contritni- 
tioii to the March of iMmes fund 
was voted. 

Mrs. Wilkins, program chair- 
man for this meeting, Introduced 
Mrs. James A. Woodard, who U 
chairman of education for the 
Sixth IXstrlct, Federated Women's 
Clubs of Virginia. Mrs. Woodard 
presented a book review of "The 
Backwoods Teacher." by Josepn 
Nelson. 

• 

continue well into the coming year 
unless adverse conditions, such as 
poor growing weather or interrvp- 
tions In the flow of supplies, In. 
terfere. 

Impetus for the postwar rate, 
which is some TO^per cent higher 
than prewar, was attributed to 
the continuing trend of increasing 
public demand for canned pro- 
ducts and the resultant increase 
in the number of products now 
being packaged in metal contain- 
ers. T 

"The number of products, fo-d 
and ntm-food, now going into 
cans, runs into thousands, and tlie 
container manufacturing industry- 
has not yet determined the po- 
tentate of the can, Mr. Black says. 
"Pood ptoducts packaged in meta! 
contahiers range from, live lob- 
sters and whale steaks to frosen 
lemonade. Another potential field 
may be indicated by the 'canning' 
of such thtaigs as explosives, elec- 
trical instruments and dcllls." 




■gg ^odnctkm #artBg the IrH 
4x to e^rht flMBtha of ISSO HMly 
win be hrcn thi«« to four pumm 
above the s«aM pntod In 1M0. 
Bgg prices hi the llrrt Imlf of 1N# 
may be 10 to 19 per c«it bURf 
those of IMO unless support ^lo* 
a prevent the drop. Supports met 
unlikely, since they are dtocretleB- 
ary between and M per cent of 
iMrtty. 

The supidy of broQera. phis 
froani poultry, nke^ win be 
enowh to keep mlces from rkina 
much dnrimr the first three to 
four months of IMO. If egg pr.:ea 
slip as expected, enough layliw 
h«i8 may be SMyvlng to maatet w 
culls by March and April to keep 
poultry meat prices tram rMnf 
during spring and early 



Brrtler production In the first 
few months of the year probably 
will be at a record level, and for 
the entire yeu* likely wjn average 
about aji to 1M9. 

Turkey production will be de- 
tenntoed to a favge extent by 
what hanieni td the rest of the 
1049 crop. If'twtoes cobtlttlie 
strong the rest of the season, 
there probably will be an InerMse 
to turkey numbers to 1980. Other- 
wise — about the same. Taikeys, 
like eggs and broilers, are to the 
group of turn-basic commodities 
and without mandatory supports. 




BOOKLET or COLLEGE 
COSTS AVAILABLE 

t*arents will want a eopy of o^ 
new booklet. "IT TAKS8 
MORS THAN BRAINS.'' 

The bo(ridet not only contains 
a Ust of college coats i^ SM 
coltoges and ttoivemtlea. but 
also an interesting explanation 
of Cdhnnstkut Mutual's adu% 
cattonal Plan. 

JOHN A. TUCKmi 

^GiNIA BBACtt lOM-l 

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Mn. rrtrto^ wk irm 

toAor to her Imow in Bay Ooionjr 

after vMtttf hor moOier, lin. 

John Cmw. hi BMHpMM. 
« • • «' 

John B. Ita^iiiM. Jr.. hat re- 
turned to !dt hom^ on Itrd Street 
after bdiw a patknt at tiM Ylr- 

!|hda Beach Roaiiltti. 

• « • • 

H. H. Harper haa retomed (a 
Waahhigten. D. C. airter apendhig 
the wedc-end irlth Mrs. Harper 

at their home on Avenue A. 

• • • • 

Condr. and Mrs. Hugh W. 
' lindMjr were tlM gueata last week 
of Oomdr. Undsay's hrother-hi- 
lair and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I. 
a. Shaw, at their home in Ba- 
lelfh. M. C. Mr. flhaw Is Comnils- 
akmer of Revenue of North Car j« 

Una. 

• • • • 

Mrs. Robert 8. Bowersett^ of 
MatahaU, Va.. is vlsltlnf Comnio- 
dore and Mrs. W. M. thompsofl. 
at theta- hoaie on HOlly Road. 

« • • « 

J. 

tteut. col. Arthur Bnunerson 
and his daughter. Miss Mary Ann 
inunersan, have returnBd to thdr 
hfldne In Clreensboro, It. C. after 
speudhif a few days at the Beach. 

• • • • 

Mn. WlUlan Cos. of Washing- 
ton, D. C. Is the guest of Admiral 
and Mrs. JaOMs Shoemaker at 
their home hi cavalier Shores. 
She will be Johied for the Week- 
end lor Mr. Coe, who will also be 
the guest of Admh«l and Mrs. 
Shoemaker. 




lag a ««k IB mw folk CNr. 

• • * * 

Mr. «td Mnk Otaitott C^peater 
Mv« fVtaraed to their hoae en 
Mrd SiMef trftw s p en i BBg seM* 
tiiM at Ow rnrattaglon Cwa»xi 

CMt, Ch^Mttmrtm. Ya. 

• • • « 

Spetcwood BaB. tr.. of OMrMs- 
toii. W. Ta.. la vsUhic Mr. and 
Un. Robert 'ThroebianrtOB at 
their eotti^ do TTth Street. 

• • « • 

Mrs. Harold Lvaalere has mov- 
ed from Bird Meek Fohrt to her 
new home on Cavalier Drive. 

• # • • 

Mrs. May Wiuiams. of Norfolk. 
was the guest lart week-end <A 
Mis. Constance Moore at her 

iMoe on CavaUer 0rtve. 

• • -■• • 

Mrs. B. S. Curtiss returned I 
tlMaday to her home hi Cleve-/ 
tend, Ohio, after vMthig her sis- 
ter. Mis. H. H., Harper, at her 
home on Avenue A. 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vorbes 
have teft to spend two weeks to 
aeveland and Dayton, Oldo, and 

Detrcdt, Mk;h. 

• • • • 

Mrs. Constance Moore is vislt- 
big her son-hi-law and daughter. 
Mr. and Mrs. Versa Todd, at their 
home in Richmond. 

• • • « 

Mrs. Oall Httlfaker has return- 
ed to her home on Avenue A af- 
ter visiting her son-UUaw and 
daughter. Mr. and Mia. Robert 
Clark JaciriD, at theh home li 
Umehburg, Va. 

Mrs. John Bariter and Mrs. 
Dangler have returned to theh- 
homes in cleveUmd. Ohio. aft«r 
spending some thne at the Cava- 
Uer Hotel. 

• * .• .* 

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. BwelU of 
Church Creek, Md.. are visitUur 
Mr. and Mrs. James Standing at 
theh* home on SSth Street 



f <y tteeome BHcte of 
Paul I Pokowki 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo B. BUey. ol 
Virgttda Beach, aoMonee tM m- 
gagement ol tli^ danshtev. Mi!«s 
Mary Jayne BHIey. to IHwl J. 
POkorakl. son of Mr. and Mrs. V. 
C. Pokordil. of lineObi, HI. 

The weddhw win tt^e place In 

the ear^ sprtng. 

• • # • 

Mrs. Roiert Taylor win return 
today to her home m Unkhorn 
Park after vMtii« her son-to-law 
and daughter. Mr. and Mri. 
Charles Tanner Rose, in Rich, 
aiond, Va. 

• • • • 

Mrs. Vhflap Hodgson left «tan- 
day to spRid some thne at her 
winter home to Lake Worth, na. 

• « « • 
Mrs. Mary McLean, who has 

been vudttog her s« and daugh- 
ter-to-law, Mr. and Mrs. ttmsrt 
Woodard. to Hickory. N. C. arriv- 
ed Monday to spend some time 
with her «m-ta-Un? and datwh- 
ter. Mr. and Mrs. WllUaffl P. Ood- 
son. In Rudee Heights. 

• • • • 
Mr. and Mra. RusseU A. MeCoy. 




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Mr. dNB 11- 

nt Hal 

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tflr. Hi tt now wlOK aw MPir ToiK 
CNy WBea Baparttwat. 

THi waMAg wn take pla^ tt 
Mnvh. 



Barbara If fOtr, 
Married Sufidajr 



The v«rrlage of Miss BsofMnra 
Ann Miter, dam^itar of Mr. and 
Sirs. John Lewis MUler, of Chat- 
ianocga, Tenn., to Thdoua ttotn 
Trnrt. son of Mr. and Bbrs. R«u- 
b«n PraiA Trant, St., <rf London 
Bridge^ took i^laee Sunday itfMr- 
ao(m at 4:10 O'ekxk to Patten 
Chapel, Chattanooga. 

Among those who attended the 
wedltD* were Mr. and Mrs. Reu- 
ben fiNmft Trant. parenti of the 
bridegroom: Mr. and Mrs. Reuben 
ftmaat Trant. Jr.. Ut. aad Uat. 
iOm Hll Trant. Mr. and Mrs. Al- 
ton A. Campbell. Mis. Joseirti 
BOlsoiy and Carnri S. Trant. 

Mr. ciHi Mrs. JaiMS nttott 
Heath, Jr.! -who qient a week to*. 
Watfrington and Wflmhigtott; Del.. 
i«fairiicd Sitoday to nrnm their 
visit mtU Ut. Heath's mother. 
Mm. James BlUott Heath, mi Ave- 
nue C. 

• « « « 

Mn. Paul deWltt ahd young 
son will spend this week-end with 
lin. deWltt's mothtf . Mrs. Luke 




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Aonottiieing • • • 

the opening of 

EDYTHE F. BROUOHTON 
REALH CONPANY 



RENTALS - SALES 

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1 I PHONE 1859 
1907 Pacllie Avenue Viiirinia Beach, Va. 



Based on MtMlem Bance Veehi^ue 



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At^ADEM Y of DANCE 

18th and Pucilc / Virginia Beach 

Under Direction of * 

■ , * 

LUCY ANN HOLTZWORTH 



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McCoy's mother, Mrs. Jamas I. 
Heath, at her heme on Atettue C. 
returned Monday to their home 
to Oreenab<m>. H. C. ' ■ 
« « « « 
t>r. and Mn. Thoinas Williams 
and daughter. Louise, of MHUIie- 
town. spent the wetii-end «rl^ 
Or. and Mrs. Robert ^oodhoiiie. 

on Raleigh Drive. 

• • • • 

Mrs. Beverley B. Munford, Jr., 
Mrs. Pred S. Valentine and kta. 
Sealea-Leslle. of Mehmoud, aire 
spending some time at the t«- 
Molne cottage on SSth Street. 

• • • • 

Mrs. Margaret Con*ay Mooni 
wiU leave this week to spend Mttia 
tune to Miami Beach. Pia. 

• • • * 

Mrs. John M. Oonahoe airrtvid 
Monday froto Superior. Wla.. to 
visit her son and diftughtar-lttJaw. 
Lt. atad Mrs. o. J. Donahoe. at 

their ht^e «m Avehttt C. 

• • • * 

Miss PraucM Earner has rer 
turned to her home on l9Ui Street 
after spendtog the week-end with 
Miss Carol Oross. to Norfolk. 

• * * * 
Mra. Charles Pldd. Itt. will 

leave next week to visit her broth- 
er-in-law and toter. Mr. and Btors. 
M. D. McPhearson. at their iuM% 
to Albany, Oregon, and to qpend 
some Ume to California. 

• * }' * ^ 
Mrs. Hartwell fifeath HUtoe. of 

Norfolk, is visittog her son-to-law 
and daughter, ftr. and Mra. Wil- 
liam A. cox, Jr., at thehr hiMiM to 

Rudee Helghte. 

• • » • 

BIRTH ANNOtmCkMBNt 



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4 $ * * 

m». Bpotswood Hall has re- 
turned io her home to Charles- 
ton. W. Va.. after visiting Mr. ahd 
Mra. Holiert Throeknuttton. at 
their cottage oh Hth 8tM«t 



to eMfene «id be be 
fun ct the Aeadettr of the tkam 
on PetttMiry l tmder the dheetor- 
shfp of Mlas toey Ann JtoMa- 
worth. and fr^ cMsses and dem- 
onstration wlA be hiM m Wed- 
nesday mortttog. Jttraary m, to 
ttdraddee thg tetimiaaea to tojsi 
wemei, Misg^#dtiworai satd. 

Based on modeiiti dance ^ech- 
nlqaes. the emphMla of the elasa- 
« wm be on Nfhiiitkm. body con- 
tMl and posture. 

Mhe HpHaworih has a «ide et. 
perietiee to niMMihdiuiee. having 
studied to Maivali for some yesis. 
at the Waihtogton Work Sliop, 
where she served as asristant to 
BUaabeth HalpMn, a Mi^rtha ora- 
hadi stiideni. and ttie ItaHton ttttp- 
servatory of Mttile tinder Jen 
Veen. 

She has also iaught aduH elass- 
te to phjileal education, and lor 
tare yearn at a Morth cartf«toa 
eattp. arhere ahe tauthi modern 
di^dni. 



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CLASSES LIMTfED — REr,ISTKX%ON NOW OPEN 






Mr. and Mrs. WttUutt A. Cox, 

Jr.. announce the bhrth of a son 

^ Saturday. January 14. at the 

Ldgh MMkorial Hoq^ital to Nor- 

ftdk. libs, cox is the IMtter Mist 

Bm Hume, of ntuMk. 

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Cotdmn Is the tatteet kDss Anna- 
be:! Hart, of Nnrfott, ntece Gt Mr. 
and Mrs. George Bain»>. of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 



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V1MM8 toM« Monet Waikaii «ilh 
til* faiiwii RMHre. 'flurttoch the 
eowlnietlon of • mm Mnribor at 
K4p(i«»iHM, tito tammn vni re- 
<taM ttM dtot«K« and ttaw lor 
fommi Mtngtn aerOM tho 
CaMMHpeake. The taaspaaxj't boat« 
an > eonstoctins Hnfe in the Oeeen 
Hifliiivj', furtrim IfOBi ttw IMrtii 
t« flagrtdi throofh tlrgtidi. 

tiM eptninf ol Kiptoprtw Jtoaeh 
tAttUMto iMto iw«i «et lor aiMh 
iiardi. ceeordttig to Csptata !<. 
K. Oarrtoon, fcnerei inunfl«r cl 
the ittti eomiMilqr. He hM atoo 
fltated that Ariiiiit parttoa traveT- 
int to the iasteni tbore lor its 
lafnooi oeeah Mdng «id beaehea 
Hffl be abOe to board charter boats 
direetly Iron the turn pier. Serti- 
int space lor yachta atoo trfll bs 
svallaKe and Itofalnt wlU be |Km- 
slMe dtreetly Iron a new pier 
that to under eonrtraetlon. A new 
pier near nearlnt conifdetkMi to 
1.400 leet long. M0 feet In arldth 
and has a toteral which estin<to 
ott 4M leet Iron the south side. 
tlM cvenlnf ol the new terminal 
wUl provide a latter and tnore 
eomlortable scrvtoe lor ^m aeeli- 
int to eroas the ChasaiWilM. 

the iasteni Shore has mails' 
lamous flahlflf spots inehidlng 
ttlptopeke, Cape Chal-lei. WMha- 
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fVancea 4pi^dM; Yhird 

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Cm&t Stance: -He- 

eorder. >va tee flanrate; ttmrnt- 
rer, tiary tse Ward; lArartom. 
Dofto Sate use; Mnrictam, l^wialne 
CM; fleMor Cusledtaii, Janice 
MetknMld; Jnnlor C u etot ft m 
Oerakfine Mdfette; Imwr Chiard. 
Anita Cnoer; and Outer Ooard. 
BarandUna Oregory. 

Others attendliw were: Aaneca 
Savage. Onaitfian: Oeiievle?e 
Mwller, OnarAan Secretary: Ag- 
nea Aldrktoe, Director ol Marie; 
tOto fentreas, Amde Mae Oratory 
and Oeorge AMrKtoe. Assoeiate 
Council: Jeaale Meaehom, U. M. 
Savage, and Oeorge Aldrldge. Jt. 



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Yhcy 

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MnAROiW AM *lve lav laya let 
the fyisMMlP' tmrni of Toys^ eecK 
eluded lart week. 



Htotoric eastern Siune Chapel'^ 
ftirlrii flottse, at Oceana, will oe 
the seene ol a supper to be held 
tlhiiMfiy, January M. Irom to 
9 PM. 

tat «ea»vatiotu, eitt Mrs. i. 
iJivto Heed. Jr.. tetephone Sl-W-J. 



9M<f fmm AjMfi 
Ai Citt HtrHi iid 

Oeorge t. TantaiUit. 3t.. of Mbr* 
loft, (hstrlct manager, and saaie 
thirty %iembers of the men^ 
loree of the State Farm Insar' 
ance C k mi paBles to the Hwlolk 
dtatrlct were honored at a 9«citf 
dinner at the Cavaher Hotel ^rl' 
day eventaw. January II. Ybw 
event marked an attainment e4 m 
mdllkm dclters of nfe Inamanc* 
wrttten m 19# br thto dtotrlct 

Mr. fiorrestsr received the aev. 
eled "MflHon Dollar" gold pm lor 
htooolstaonig record of thi an- 
pervMon of the members «f *m 
agency who represent the 9U^ 
tmm Mutual AutomoMle. tht 
State farm Ule and the Sldt^. 
Airm fire Insurance Oc 



'the Set Seottto ol America ^m 
granted a tMeral Charter June 
II, nil. giving the organtoatlon 

luU urotoctlMi (A tltlea. unilorato. « ^' a'a'^'i « • a • • 
badiNM tiMl insignia. 



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Sh«ttr*s CMrli Lmii 
To Suffolk Ttttm 

Shellir'e glrla basketbaU team 
lost to Sttllolli 4Y to 41 in a hotly 
contMted gtttie at filalr Auditor- 
ium tuasday night, outotandlng 
wotk was shown by Dorto Ithe; 
Idge. guard, lor baU "hawblt^." 
Ann ttairman seored il twihts tnd 
fieveriey Meal 10 tor the loca: 
lasses. 

Bhelly's Oirto Basketball Team, 
a member ot the Norfolk League, 
were victorious iti their first game 
ol the season at Blair Junior High 
School in Norfolk. They defeated 
the NAB Civllettes 4B to 4B in f. 
hotly contested game in which 
Overly Neal was high scorer wltl-. 
26 polnto. Claud Rogers is coach 




There^'are over 100 vocational 
or hobby skilto in the Boy Scouts' 
Merit Badge field. 




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MJfwr-sraea passenceir c0ni|NaTiMii«Sh tcwt-ivmiM 
insmmsent pMids saidi twte convet^ye lie^ (can kt 

tofiped). 

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KMiw, wMer kx*. llw f«Mr «f the 
Mr b Mm>fetely aeir. Tint rtxt 
«iidMr, BOW 33 par etM lartCT. 
»}t enir adds dfMtncl^ teasK/ 
to the design, tat ghtm wlde- 
ranve ▼tetMHty. The tolt<^ ediie 
of Che window nofw extends aR the 
«i^ down to tJw b^t BMuMIng, 
glftnv Ml aCtraetlTe donlde aMvrtd- 

iRf ttne •romd the itvt. 

Rea fenders have beoi lentth- 
«Md and retain tNeir foU h^ht 
Mft»t to the rear of the car. 
Yhey iMve been peak-:rowned atid 
are a araior contribution to the 
whrle new conceptton of the Z>e 

8oto'« appearance. 
M MOnltf new frfOe 0rm n 



iMft to »ie Min^-s^led front end 
«f the new De Soto. The grille has 
teen lowered and to divided in 
flw center by a ctdored section 
bearing the new 0e Soto ere-s.^ 



oflMr and M4»-fbe:^e«»> 
ped If per ecot to »m 'sm these 
wa i^m be MMMw tmatf dtafwa en 
Che ham than beCre Out mv. 

Vterai ftotflr apemMnf nrobaMy 
win reanin close Co the Itm level. 
9wnaen have. graeraOy, bettered 
RVtaig eeoattaM tht p«t lew 
yenrs— and they Wu It tint w«y. 

These factors are expected to 
help maintain family hvtim stand. 
anii: 

The record namber of fa:BM 
with electricity have an added in- 




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medalHoB. Thto seetkm is palmed 
to match body eokm. While the 
ptwalar De Soto "waterfall" de- 
sign of the grille has been retain- 
ed, it now consists of vertical sai-s 
of e(|ual width, curved outward. 

Hear wheel tread has been wid- 
ened 2 t-10 inches, contributing 
to the wide kxdc of the rear and 
giving added rldlnt stability. 

New Interior styling adds msrij 
luxury to tlM new De Sofo and 
gives more ooinfort and conven- 
ience for driver and^nMSengers. 

There are several choices of 
new, rich upholstery patterns and 
materials. 

Oreatest oieehanlea] advance In 
the new DeSoto Is the new large 
brake. Serrleinf of the transmis- 
sion has been made easier and 
more economical; the aocMetata] 
shorting of the battery thrcuyh 
the voltage regulator has been 
eliminated; a new turn Indicatov 
switch prevents M>e stop light 
from <Qiera(lng on the side wheix 
the turn signal Is flaslftnt; the 
body has been better sealed 
against dust and moisture; uti 
the spare tire can now be remov- 
ed without the use of any took. 

The 113.hor8epower De Soto 
engine combines with Tlp-Toa 
Hydraulic shift and Fluid Drive t3. 
give excellent performance and 
make De Soto "the car that lets 
you drive without shifting." 

There are eleven body styles in 
exciting new colors in the new De 
Soto line— Custom and DeLuxe 4- 
Door Sedans; Custom and DeLuxe 
Club Coupes: custom and DeLuxe 
C-P|iss8nger Sedans; Carry - At: 
Sedan; 9'- Passenger Suburban: 
Convertible C:upe: Station Wa- 
gon: and the new Sportsman 
Hard-t6p Convertible, which will 
be in production loon. 





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Anti-Trust Lawyers Were Wronn:! 

Ever eince the anti-trust lawyers filed their suit io put A&P out ol husiness. Ihejr hatire been making, fai the MWipa^fe 
/. and over the radra, various "allegations" about how they think (hie comimny does business. . 

Please remember that "allegations" are charge that have not been proted< 
In this ease they will be disproved. 

There have been times in the tMst when the anti-ttust lawyers made irery damaging "allegations" about this eompangr 
that the eonrts eventually decided were utterly without foundation. 



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And yel, wiNM liifa CM c«n« to trial, il WM revMM lliiA tiM M«|l^ 

Utaapcr Hhui moel oUmt sloraa In WasMogloii, mi tf^ro wm alwo l yl ti y M fvid«iea Ihal ai«r M 

•vtr angagad b ipy iueh "aUagad" «0M|Hr«c)^. 

Tliat WM lliotiiiM Fodaral Judgo T. Alan Goldaborwiih liMtriieted Ilia jury to bring in « vofdlel 

oi'iMiaiiir/* 

h was Iha liflM Im laid to llMi anli-lfiill lilvy«Hi 

mmMiMpMHhMih9t9unumadHj^9itldme9tdmu, 
« **MmidM»» I * «■ m »f » i» «»» •«>«' ^•*<y y**"^ mpmtiMiM <— w ifi/^M •»— thai nm 

But this was not the only tima~thatl)M anti-trust kwyers made id^ serious "idlogations" against A&P which were fabi. 

Anato. and still awiln. thev hrouahl aalb a tgaJqstA c&P and suffered defeat . 

As we have said, we think you are entitled to know about these other cases. And how, we are going to t^l you about 
the McoMtf /jfmr the anti-trust lawyers were wrottgi 

■ ■ • ' • \ ' .* . . ■ • - 

The North Carolina Potato Case 



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In Decemtieirt 1941» the anti-trutl lawywrt brought « crimitiAl autl 
in Wilton, North CaroUmu 

They charged that AAP*t freih fruit and vegetable buying tub- 
•idiatry) tad other good American citigeni, had conspired to rat and 
deprett prices pudfarmert for potatoei in North CaroHna, Vilrgfaiia 
and Maryknd. 

Can anyone imagine any charge calculated to be more damaging to a retail 
grocery business that miMt rely on farmen» day after day. for the food we 
distribute to our customers? 

In this case the anti-trust laviryers gave a story to the newwpaperst telling 
millions of farmers that we were the kind of people who would force thdr 

fmcea down, dH>tive them of a decent incemei and lower their families' 
iving standard. V^ 

rikete cAoirget were firfai^ ^ ' * 

They made theee charges deq>ite the fact that Ik has alwi^m been A6tP'i 
poli^ to pay our farm auppliei* fair market prieba for all prodiieet to aid 
agriculture through better distribution of ils products; to narrow the spread 
birtween hirm and retaH prfcea; and to hdp farmers build better madc^ 
f ot;,lkeir producta. 

that is why many thouauids «rf farmeta ti\ oveir die country aiwuow eontf ng 
to our MipptMt. . -^ ^ 

When the caae SiMlly came to trial» the antMrwit lawyert putSii 
at ih^ Int witWMa a potato expert of the U^ S. Department ot 
AgrfeiiHiMek 

Thb ttpeit» who \Ma the antMruat lawyeit* 9mm wltaeli» tMti^ 
lei that eenlnary w^^^ aatt-tniat Umfwn* %litgalioM»** the 

, ^rffatt *n heto tim Ptpaitmeat of Api- 
cunwe in Nt efieita to m| tte peliAe ianMg in heMw BMuriciraig 



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itiiffe li^ycAe told to lAe nnH-fnttt lawynt ^' 

"/ fuuh gtodled lAlg com fnm th* vry onftef. In my oirimit 
ih»f U no itHmony pndtKMl from which ii emt fmmnMy 
fre Mmtti ifmi thoMendmiit enlered into a comkination to 
^oi»$a§ or loWot iho firico of poioioot, 

"I mighi any thai I mv» tnW a cote in my Ofo wh»ro « greMcr 
offori, mere m^k, more ifivetftgafion hoi boon 4^»*t cemMug 
•Imegl miih m fiM-iooth eomh to gol^ eviVence, nt wm done 



4"Boit o» mm ttdi m long Hmo ago, yom can*l nwike hrioh m Ukoni 
ttrmif^mniyonton^imakoaeoaowiihotafofeik*^. , I 

So» here was a ease in which the anti-trust lawyers made serioudyydataagtng 
chiurgea against AAiP in which the Judge decided that there were ne Inets 
to support those diargcs. 

Thatii why weiay tfieanti-tniit lawyert can be wrong and have 



TImt is wily we tay tliat tliey are wrong again» just as they were 
wiMg in me Wtahington bread cage aiul ttie North CarnHna 



^89lioA the anii-traik kiMeia 

cjase rcQciw Joiage v*. \^ v 
* not guray. 



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THE GREAT ATLANTIC & 




Wo u« going to dkow the Ameticatt people ^t the Mat to destroy AficP w 
leiJIy a bidl againsl eSdency wad agynst i«d competition. 

The it^ iqeastfon involved In tliia soft is w^tk«r businessmen are goim to 
ha •McotttM^ to do a better wmI mMe eifeient i«l»( M wheliicr we are gokig 
to ^ the M^-ttttst lawyeia in WashiimtimJ^w the whirtle on anybody who 
gela big ^ giving the peo^ mate ht fXntSt mon^. 

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MLC-cfWfldaln. in food 
' eondlttoii (or $30- flMme 1171-J. 

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ItMl SAlJt— One act of motiurtool 
iNHUM for ^-ton mek-up or %. 
ton. W. O. fltiphons, Oe«ana« 
va. hmum sa0«. i-ao-ito 

AiMirtiiitfits for Bent 

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LADIf'^iooOBB WAN«SlK.««p. 

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^'^"'^^bath affords complete privacy. 
in excellently located. dtilet 
home, Referencei exchanged. 
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Leave Rudee Beighta 7 ajn.; 
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WANTED— Married man with ear 
for sales position. No ^onvaas- 
ing. Appohitments tt^de (0r 
you. Bxcellent income position. 
Itbom 401. Adams Buttdltti. 
Norfolk. Va. 4-t-tf 

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CiliiLB (3) between 22 and 35 for 
survey wmt at Vktmia Beach; 
must be iwldent of Belch. iUt> 
ply tioom 401 Adams Bldg.. 402 
B. City Hall Avenue. CaU Nor- 

' folk 32000. 4-it-kt 

LOST— Ladles tan idtskin gtove. 
right hantL tf found i^eaaa re- 
turn "to Va: Beach Ifewa (Mllce. 

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OOmiONWBALTR OP VIR- 
OINtA. In the Clerk's Office of 
the ClnHiR Court of the County 
of Princess Anne, on the 10th day 
of Deoember. 1940. 
Prank Wayne Laxton. Plaintiff, 

« against 
Anna Blaine Laxton, Defendant. 
— OROffit OP PUBLICATION — 
The^ject of this suit is to i^ 
tain frf^ the defendant a dlve^e 
a vlncdl matrimonii, upon the 
groundj^jcrf-des^tlon for a period 
of ttMJie than two yean. 
'And an affidavit having been 
lade and ^ed that the defendant 
la Blaine Laxtcm is not a rest- 



vat. 

Ar.,fealilaown 
«f Aa 
faia of SBm K. 
BHdMS. 
Biayp. Ike timm of 
Wa|ip, tf Bvlig, Oa Bilia irt 
law of Mavtaret Blsm^, and tf 
I BBlftiwwn, vrtM BM9 be 
Merealed to the Brtaia of 
IMret Blagp. tf siie ba 
Oaoige Hamilton 8lii^lp#i» 
I, of George Haadlton 9iMfP> 
tf Bvtog, tlM heirs at law <if 
CMofge fiaartftoii 0lapi>. and fdl 
wBomay be m- 
to r aa tod in IM ftlato of Oeorge 
BauOtoB flta^K if be be dead, 

I Reapondents. 
— BiChancCTy — 
Hie (Meet of the abero atyied 
artt la to partttlon tf mwtlea], the 
pnparfy In tlw Mate of BHia- 
betB If. Crittenden now tn the 
of the Istato of Isadora 
R. Crittenden, generally known 



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P.1|ft8 — OttAan*ted work on 
all makes. Mdmp and d^vaiy. 
Latest record lateMWi. Ranfr 
Mu^c Osmpany. lit list SIrtal. 
Phone 8313. i>4-tf 

HOOVER OUANBR~BBitVIGB-> 

We (dfer gcntdne Hoover aer- 
v!re by^act'^ry ttahied ptsava- 
ne! at tlw stMiteid natten-wtile 
cost. Puel. Peed and Bttlldhiig 
SUTipIies Corp. Rhmw 500. 



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tM ^tth% &etoeM mt m beadM for 
sew local Mnvh ot tHam earn- 

HMkmning • tean OMtteh l»e- 
£«eett tlw boxliw fenw of NiMS 
Oeeaaa and the V88 Mmtuknt 
«HI be tm exhlUikm eoirteat fda- 
tmiOK Joe C<MM»*n, t»» AH-Ravy 
tWavyweight thaaqpten, H)|l Bock 
SiHtani, Oceana'a pride sn« Joy. 
itithowh booked M an exhlMtion. 
Ms heavyweight hoOt fvonMi to 
>M actkm-iMcked tnm the evmi- 

In addhlon to this iMttk. the 
Ultefi^ppi and Oceana' teams will 
naeet ip seven an-star team boots. 
Oie winners to carry away the tro- 
phy Mnblematlc of a team victory. 
Appearing with the Oceana 
team will be such experlerk-ed 
stofgers as Bill Bailey, the fight- 
ing barbsr; Pancho Castaneda, 
the hoiiibre from south of the bor- 
der with an explcsfre right hand: 
Chuck LaPeail, a fast-stepplnK 
\Jteh»we:ght; Bobby Arrant. Jim 
Jchnson. Mfcnnle Boggess and 
oti ers. 8am Selbert, a veteran of 
over one hundred ring battles, is 
die eompetent Oceana coach. 
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for boxing fans. wtt>^ 0» aMMMKe 
wtnner b^ng a great c au s e , f he 
March of Dimes. 

Teen agors at tM CoBMmnHly 
noose wUl set up a emaOf M»teen 
to sen hOBK BMkfe eonfeetktns, as 
Trefl as soft drinks, with ptfKe^ts 
3araiarkcd for the March .>f 
Dttnes. 




MARCH or DlMfi» 

(C M i ii B u a d ^on f¥ont Pnt) ^ 

brhig. "We do not know how ?eii- 
cftis this year's epMemlc may be. 
3ut wiB most be prepared," stated 
Mrs. Kylfe. . 

Heading the theatre boxes is 
vlrs.^Aubrey Holmes. , 

Mrs. Mark ItThite an^ Mrs. 
Richard Welton are ehatainan and 
co-chairman respectively of the 
Mile O' tHmes. 

Mrs. George t. MuUen, publl- 
ity chalrmag. announces that 
there are stUl Uckets available for 
.the boxing bouts to take j^lsr? oil 
January 80 at the Coottmuiity 
House. The boats will be between 
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setttaUvas af many argalilaatiana 111 ttw t9it«lf, ««y Scout wiUa. 
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go^ card has been at anged. 

Tickets may be obkdqed iroin 
yard's. Avett's, Halsteadi.' Com- 
munity House, and bath Men*dlth 
Drug 8t««s. 

"A dime is not very much . . . 
neither is a dollar. But if everyone 
'n our community will contribute 
1 dime or a dollar more thati.he 
gave before to the March^of 
Dimes, January 18-81, we can 
help some patient sweat it otlt un- 
der the hot packs." Mrs. Mullen 
said. 



' aiBSCN'S SELECTED 8 BLENDm KfJUSKEY * 8I.SraOOF 
•»1k GRAIN NEUTRAL SmitS • GIBSON DISTILUNQ COMPANY. tt.YHN.Y. 



Scouting include in its ihem' 
bership boys of all religious faiths 
and naUittial origins. 



950,000 BUDGET 

(CeaHnttad teem front th«e) 



ioen 'ing ona.thlrd the amcmit of 
motley tMoeflaary to maitttaiti otM- 
sUndltii tn tltt reawt field," Albiti 
R. Mallhes, the local Chamber's 
executive director said. "We nuist 
wake up to the tiecd df a larger 



To Settle ati Eitate this Maplfleeiit 
Seildeiice is leered ftt 

$40,000.00 

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CLEANERS will be under the Ownetdiip^Man- 
agement of ROBERT BAfm OurpoKcy will be 
'i;UARANTEED SATBFACHON" and a con- 
timiation of the high standard of work for which 
THIRTY-FIRST STREET CLEANERS is noted. 
WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE 

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VmOHOA BEACH 
CHURCHES 

I7tii SIrMt at Aretle Atmrm 

Dr. Im D. 8. KdKM. rMor 

$m AA^— aoodajr SelMOl, K. Lu 
iartf, flmiei Intcndent. 

t:4» sA^-fMeDs nUe Claaa 
for Women at Coanorairity House. 

11 :M •JD.r— Morntnc Worddp. 

7:00 pA.— Baptist Training 
Onkm, Miss Joyce Rerce. director. 

1:00 pjn.— Brening Worship. 

0:M pjuw— Youth relUnrridp. 

Prayer Meeting each Wednes- 
day at 8:00 pjn. 



rnwr rMw nrmiAit 
cnsMM 

Mtti MNtt and Paalflc Avenue 
fif itov. Il«bert f. iJaTls. Pastor 

%m aJi.-«lttilll tehool, Chas 
IL liMitiiiir Mimlatcndent. 

t:4l ajn^ildidi ttble Classes. 

11:00 ajhw— Morning Worship. 

7:18 pJn.— Youth Pellowshlp. 

Thursday, 7:80 p.ni.— Gholr Re- 
hearsal. 



17th Street 



1*hoiie 61 



Oattlee Bplseopal Cimreli, the 

Rev. Bdmund Berkeley, rector. 

Services on Sunday: -8:00 a.ni.— 
Holy Ccmununlon; 11:00 a.m.— 
Morning Prayer and Sermon. JPirst 
Sunday hi each month. Holy Com- 
munion and Sermon. 

Service of Holy Cogununlon at 
10:80 ajn. on Saints' Days and 
Holy Days. 

Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.— Jun- 
lor!Senior Department: 11:00 a. 
m.— Nursery-Primary Department 






pM pm 



tai caeb aHarth, 7:1 

In Ifew 



-1st Sa t ur da y 
]0:00 a Ji. 

_'a MBillary— lat Twa- 

tfay in aawfc aMmii, 11:00 mm.. Id 
mm Piarlsb Hooae. 

nue study Clrele oT AittUary 
— M and 8rd Mondays tai each 
MMBilh. 8 pjn.. hi Ifew rartob 



Altar OolM neethifs will be an- 



MBTHODISr cmiBcii 



ISth Street near Pacific Avenue 
Rev. TnxOi H. Van Dyck. Pastor 

8:48 a.m.— Church School. O.C. 
Maitton, superlntendoit. Classes 
and Sermon. 

11:00 a jn. — Morning Worship 
for all ages. 

0:30 pjn.— Y o o ' h Pellowahlp 
MeeUng. 

8110 pjn.— Evening Worship 
uid Sermon. Come and share In 
the Hymn Slngtoig. 



ST. MABrt STAR OP THB 8BA 
CATBOUC CHURCH 



14th Street and Arctic Circle 
The Rev. PhlUp P. Brennan, Pastor 

Sunday Masses — 8:15, 10:18. 
and 11:18 am. 

Sunday School at'9:00 a.m. 

Rosary— 7:40 ajn. 

Week-day Masses— 8:00 ajn. 

Novena— 7:80 p.m., Mondays. 



CHURCHES IN THE 
COUNTY 



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KempsvlUe. Baptist Church. 

KempsvUle. Va., the Rev. A. B 



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System etjuola the performance of three 
coole of old type point, while eenrinq 
yott die 'vaUxa morteriol ond kibor coat 
el a tttfid coot Sun-lh«of is extra dva- 
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Lime and Cement 

Brick Morter 

WdlBoanls 

Window Units 

Pid»re Windows 

Roofing and i>eits 

Storm Doors and Windows 




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SIM Suder ■.■......■. , . ... 5(MW 

1S0.M Dustiess Sander 135.00 

6S.00 Guild Saw-6-inch 57.50 

ISJOGiiM Saw--li/4-inch 43.50 

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IftMaai. — Benday Behool. 
CtBrtlf Anadl. iovertoleadnt. 

5:M sjn.— MonHDf Wflnh^. 
M pjn.— Bvcnftif Wor^iip. 
edmadny: tM pjn — llkl- 
Week Prayer Berriee. 

Thursday: $M pjn.— Choir 
Practice. 

Briige BaplM CaMKh. 

Londtm Brtdtre. Virginia, Um Rev. 
J. P. Stone, pastor. 

10:00. ajn.— Suntfay School. 

11:00 a Jn.— Morning Worship. 



enscopAL 



Bastcm^SlMrc Chap^ Oceana 
11:00 ajn.— Morning Prayer and 
Sermon. Hdy Communion fourth 
Sunday at 11:00 ajn. 

Pirst church mlor to 1089; sec- 
ond church, 1727; third and pres- 
ent church, 17M. This is the old- 
est original church building in 
Princess Anne County. 



OM D«piillM^'et|d|e«pal Church. 

Witchducic Road, I^ynnhaven, Va. 
The Rev. A. Wehiter Morstman, 
rector. Pirst Church prior to 1640: 
second church 1094; present 
church 1732. ^ 

9:00 a.m.— Church School and^ 
Bible Class. 

10:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer 
and Sermon. 

Holy Communion and Sermon 
first Sunday each month at 10:00 
a.m. 



]I:ltaJi^W#raklpi 

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Cbarpi. IM Oev. J. W. 



19M MMT-Cbmnit Behool. Ro* 
Imd West, su p arlnl a e ds nt 

11:00 ajs^CBMond and foorth 
BuBdays) Wond4P Berftoe. 



the Re?. W. A. RlelUtfdMitt, 
tor. 

2:00 pJB.— Church Schot^. flar- 
man Jones, raperlnlendent. 

2:00 PJB.— <llrrt and third ftoi- 
days) Worship Bervlee. 

2nd * 4th Sundays: f :30 pja.— 
Preachlnf. 

Thursday: 0:00 pjn^Prayer 




MetlMArt dnbcii. the 

Rev. N. P. Hunt, pastor. 

10:30 ajn. — Sunday Behool. 
Prank Kellam, superintendent. 

11:30 ajn.— (Second and fourth 
Sundays) Worship Service. 

Ciliwclit the 

Rev. N.(P. Hunt, pastor. 

10:00 ajn.— Morning Worship. 

11 :00 ajn. — Silnday School. Wil- 
liam L. Spence, superintendent. 

Takcraacle Mciiiadlsl Chereh. 

the Rev. N. P. Hunt, pastor. , 
10:30 a.m.— Sunday School. Mrs. 

W. A. Hartley, superintendent. 
11:30 Mn.— (Pirst t and third 

Sundays) Worship and Sermon. 



Emmanuel Bplseopal Church, 

KelSpsviUe. Va., buUt 1843. The 
Rev. A. Webster Horstman, rector. 

10:00 ajn.— Church School and 
Btble Class. 

1 1 : 15 a.m.— Morning Prayer 
and Sermon. 

Holy Communion and Sermon 
first Sunday each month at 11:15 
a.m. 



Ckarily MdhodiM Cintfeli, Back 

Bay, Virginia, the Rev. Jacob W. 
Mast, pastor. 

Sunday Services: 

10 :iDO a.m.— C h u r c h School- 
Lloyd Murden, Superintendent. 

11:00 a.m.— Church Worship. 

7:30 pjn.— Youth Pfellow^p. . 



METHODIST 



Oceana Methodist Church, the 
Rev. J. Fletcher Osbornje. minister. 

9:45 aJn. — Church School. R. P. 
Wright, general superintendent. 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 

7:00 pjn.— Intermediate-Senior 
Pellowship. 

Choir rehearsal each Thursday 
7:30 pjn. 

Boy Scouts each Friday at 7:30 
p.m. 

Official Board meets third Wed- 
nesday in each month at 8 pjn. 

Junior Offcial Board meets on 
fourth Wednesday in each moni.i 
at 7:30 p.m. 

cub Scout Pack meets on last 
Thursday in each month at 7:30 
p.m. 



Bethel. South Princess Atme 
Charge, the Rev. J. W. Reynolds, 
pastor. 



PBESBrtSBlAN 

A Calvary Presbyterian Church. 
Oienrock, the Rev. J. Oordon Rig- 
gan. pastor. 

10:00 ajn. — Sunday School. 

8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 

Eaat Ocean View Presbyterian 
CUttreh, the Rev. J. Gordon Rlg- 
gan, pastor. 

9:30 ajn. — Sunday School, E. 
Allmond, superintendent. 

11::00 aJn.— Momhig Worship. 

liPO p.m.— Youth Pellowship. 

7:30 pjn.— Prayer Meeting. 



Lynnhaven Pkcsbyterian ehurch, 

10:00 a.m.—Churcv School. . 
11:00 a Jb.— Morning Worstiip. 



St. John's Bai^llat Chureh. ntar 
Court House, Prhicess Anne Coun- 
ty, the Rev. Walter John Meade. . 
Pastor. • 

2:15 pjtt.— Church School and 
classes for all ages. 

3:00 pjtt.— Worship Berviceg. 

A cordial invltatiAA is extended 
to an. ^ 



Dt^f'tPLE 

Rata Church at Christ. Back 
Bay, Virginia, the Rev. Russell T. 
Smith, pastor. 

10:00 ajn.— Sunday School. 

11:00 a.m.— Lord's Bupper. 



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f» yroMOt* Alter 
la the liWi Mbooto w a 
i «f mbMbc 'twB-a^ nek. 
■ OB llM MUnnov joid ien- 
tmpn f tm drMat inMts 
_ Ow mrtlOB'a fotore Mitor- 
jMi. the AflsoeUitlon flf CHiHdt7 
«Bd SwwCy Canptaka nH^oanced 
MCcntly bi New York. 

Tiro high achetto are now p»:- 
tleliwtliic in the proffMa in Pjrin- 
CMB itauw Coanty— KeniMTir.e 
and Oceana. 

Oovemor WUHam M. Tuck per- 
flOMlly aathor&ed Virginia's par- 
tletpaUon and has appointed Hw< 
old K. Jack, safety supervisor of 
the mate Department of educa- 
tion, as state coordinator of the 
profram. In that capacity. Mr. 
Jack wiO promote drivCT educa*^ 
tkm in hteh schools throughout 
the states an eflecttve and per- 
muient means of increasing pub- 
lic safety on the streets and high- 
ways. 

"Newspapers and magazine edi- 
tors, state officials and educators 
throughout the nation, not to 
mention worried parents, have be- 
come alarmed and aroused about 
the recklessness of exuberant 
youths behind the wheel of the 
automobile," said Julien H. Har- 
vey, widely known safety specialist 
and manager of the Association's 
accident prevention department. 
"There is a simple and positive 
cure, however, for the 'teen-age 
problem on our streets and high- 
ways. It is sound education in how 
to drive, given at the proper time. 
The proper time, of course. Is Just 
before the legal driving age: and 
that means in the high school 
classroom. 

"Driver education Is good from 



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Mfve tt: (MelMM tave Mid 

theoneclMslM 

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that they really trite an Men^ 
The vahn of fhiae eevraea iMs 
been estaMMMd by lom expnrl- 
ence. StatMlcs taiAvlNaMy ahow 
that young ArlveM who iMfve had 
aueh trainiiw are involved in M 




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thatoaehHidllBiV. 



Cab Scootteg for yoonger boys 
mtf onwnned by the Sby Scoots 
of Anertea hi int. Rnee then 

per cent fewer fatal accidents I more thai 2,5M,ao boya have been 

than titoae who have not." ' enrolted. 



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There's Pknty To Do At Virgfaiia Beach 

Special Pragnn Eirtry Mmriay Evening at 8:39 Wehek 



JUKE BOX DANCE V IVKE BOX DANCE 

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joined us in making our showing of 
the sensational new nineteen-fifty 
Chevrolet such a huge success. Okicc 
again» your enthusiasm has stamped^ 
Chertolet as America's best seller 
^:America's best buy. 

Your recognition of Chevrolet's 
oiitstanding-Wue means a lot to us. 
And we'll continue to show our 
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Such a coa£tion may be due to the simple 
fact that you do not set enough B-vttamins 
and Iron in your food. 

Of course, your condition may be due to 
some other cause, so it is wise to consult your 
doctor. But if mild Vitamin B and Iron de- 
ficiencies are the origin of your miseries, then 
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OLDIR MOPLI often eat a diet which Is 
deficient in B-vitamins and Iron. To theni, 
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CMh£c afrwto between iiaer- 
aeeOmm fti Om mxm draferoui 
fltfsttfce • pedestrtaa can make. 
A^in B. Dey, vleo pwildept ot the 
Tidewater ibibmoMe ilHOclatlon. 
aoM today in itauieinelnc that 
em^iMli Witt be ptaeed upon this 
phaM oS pedestrian safety in local 
sehoolMMs DKmtti. 

Adrtts as well as children are 
urged by Ifr. Dey to cross the 
stovet my at comers to eliminate 
thto daiwer. "Nationally 27 per 
Mnt oi all fatal pedestrian ttcci- 
dents occur as a result of croaslng 
between intersections," he pointed 
out. 

"The safest place to cross the 
street is at the corners," Hfr. Dey 
continued, "ceeause stop and io 
signals and other safety devices 
are placed at Intersections for 



OMMd Safe^ PostCT Cootert. oota- 
duet^ by the AAA nd aAMted 
Automobile Clubc, and was drawn 
bf Bob Dimald. Z1«I0 Dime fleotw 
Drive, Detroit, Michlgm, am 18. 
oi the Cass TeehnTeal JHgh 
School. 



Shown tmrge Gmitm 
Tfming Past T«ar 

Substantial gtOm were made 
last year in the volume irf life in- 
surance placed by the NOrftfflc 
Agency of The Connecticut Mu- 
tual Life Insurance Company, ot 
which" D. Conrad Uttle. of Vir- 
ginia BeaclK is general agent. 

The Conne6(icot Mutual shoves 
9 over 1948 of 



e-balf million 
!ne», accordin; 
'eased by Presl- 
ir. New life in 



an mcreue in 
both pedestrians and motorists to nearly Ave and 
fellow. Pedestrians CrMsing be- I dollars in new '■ 
tween intersecUons cannot follow ^^ ^ statement j 

signals. Motorists atop for pedes- I ^^q^ Peter M. R 

trians at IntersecUons, but do not * gaiaaca protection placed amount- 
expect pedestrians to cross 1" ed to $210 433 263 
mid-block and therefore are leas, ^his is the' ccrnipsny's seconC 
alert for them. Other dangers to ^est year since it was organized 
crossing between Intersections de- i„ ,84, ^he best year was IM? 
velop as pedestrians cross from ^^en the Connecticut Mutual had 
behind parked cars, vehicles pull ,224,2M.5W of new business, 
out from parking places or alleys, j i„j„rance to force in the Con- 
or make U-tums," Mr. Dey »aW. ^ectkut Mutual now stands it 
■Cross only at comers" wiU be |,^.oi7,e27, an increase 0: 
the subject of lesson units and ,128,453.517 for the year. 



posters which the Tidewater Au 
tomoblle Asscclatlon will provide 
this month to local schools, In co- 
operation with the American Au- 
tomdblle Aaoclatlon. 

The poster Is one of the ten 
flrst-prize winners In the 5th Na- 



The Norfolk agency is located 
at 320 Royster Oillding. 



Snce the founding of the Bi 



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grai\d total of boys and leaders 
enrolled is 16.500,000. 




8001I Newt foi; You t / 

Our fine stocks of famous CURTIS MILLWORK offer 
an excellent opportunity to increase the beauty and 
efficiency of your home! Sturdily constructed, skillfully 
flhislied, our dependable Cabinets, Doors, Mantles, En- 
trances, WindotVs, Moulding .,. . will gain the admira- 
tion of all. See us for your requirements this week. 

Don't Miss "Dine and Dance Time" Monday 
through Friday, 6:30-6:45 P. M. on AVSAP 

HELP SUPPORT THE MARCH OF DIMES 



For LumtMer — Call Our Number 



Attn 8. MrtCte. ilnrly 
rated Ooveraor of TmrgMa. hm 
accept the genoral chataraMw. 
ship of the 16th annwil VtaTtato 
State ^de Safe^ ConfeivtiM 
The three-d«r meeting wiU bt 
held In Roanoke June 1-3. I6M 
In accepting the chalmtai^i:p 
Mr. Aittle told ^ctor B. flta- 
patrlek. executive ehsinmui ot 
the conference, and 14 membersma 
of the esiecutlve committee tlwt 
he* was happy to serw and that 
the woiK being earrted on by Uik 
agency "to preserve the hiaaan 
and material resources of Vtr- 
gmia" was to receive his whole- 
hearted support. 

.Committee members present 
were. Jaaiea^. Anderson, C. F. 
Joyner, Jr.. WU^anr it. Nickels, 
Jr., B. W. LeSby, Wm. M. l^ers, 
Don N. Prazler. Dr. Harold Jack. 
A. K. Misslmer, W. M. Kerog. W. 
Ben Davis, Robert F. Nelson. B. 
M Boggs, and Mr. Fttzpatrick. 

Chairmen of the 11 major sec- 
tions of the conference win tt 

announced soon. Don N. F.azier, 
general pr(«ram chairman, an- 
nounced. They Include: aviation, 
coal mhilng, commercial vehlclei, 
farm and farm home. Are pro- 
tection and prevention, home and 
child. Industrial, law enforceme.'u, 
public utilities, steam railroaJi. 
and street and highway. 

The Virginia State Wide Safety 
Conference Is under the auspices 
of over 112 local and state organi- 
aatlons and annually assembles 
over 106 prominent safety speak- 
ers to discuss safety measures in 
every line of endeavor to more ' ' 
than 2,000 delegates. 



There are 13 tJSO eiube, loung- 
es and other centers In Virginia 
now serving dose to 70,000 ser- 
vicemen stationed In the state 
which has S3 branches of the 
military establishment located 
here. The greatest concentration 
of military and Naval personnel 
is in the eastern part of the state 
and several of the tTSQ centers 
there operate on a 24-hour sche- 
dule*dally. This is necessary to 
meet the needs of the many ser- 
vicemen who. have liberty at va- 
ried hours or ar being transferred 
from one base to another. 



l^e^Boy Scouts of America was 
Incorporated on February 8, 19i0. 
in the city of Washington, D. C. 
Colin R. Livingstone wa» the first 
President of the National Council. 



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A COMPLETE LINE OF PAINTS AND BUtLDBKS* 
HARDWARE 

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tne Oeeana CavsHers had thetr 
first eoiifertnce gaaiM ln« fMtaf 
nighl and the boys «<fn't fare ao 
well. The KempBvJlle BBu« D«»a« 
aeen to have a good iwys team 
this year, but tfw gtartt k>rt w 
Oceami by (jtotte a few pomta. 
Dorfe! Rsreum has really vroved 
to be a iMr basketeer. In iht matt 
tast Friday night Doris aeored M 
points wMeh brcdce tlw record at 
Oceana for tlw girls lind boys. 
Scbby tUce was high scorer for 
tiie boys with six ixrffits. 

—J. C. 
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^ew tihhttf HMm 

To our many friends Who iMd 
thto coMsn, «e iroidd IflM t« «»• 
4aaint all with the new hoanfll 
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ia:3» »Jt. and i:» pm. 1^ 4:>» 
r A Mfloentiy atx taaBea oT Che 
^Mlor ifacae o«tnd their aer- 
vieea to <he afi ei ae ew a immm 
m to have »ie 3:M to 4:10 hoon 
We haw a umw —oiawM «< 
baoica and uiie afi to dreir by tM 

lOOK QMH VHIf. 

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On Jamiait >#j>^i>ilH»* • 
bOKtaig natch at IM Coani«alty 
Howe. The mmMc* of t^ 0ei^ 
tme-Cliri> will ae^ candy «ttd 
CMces. AH the mbneiitaken in wiH 
go to the March of lihMs. This to 
.ur first Mg onderWlf^W toward 
raising money and we Ife all hop- 
ing the cai^ wffl mitt Iw Mich a 
wonderful Cause. \ 

The Septem Club to ps^wins. 
Since we organized we have ^- 
ed four new members. They are 
Jane WilliaflM. Catherine iieels. 
Anne liocas, and Skeets Casey. A 
Valentine daiwe to being $ilanne<^ 
for the nth of l^braary. 

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Hm CvUm: A 

Wtae Ci^enan: A certain ttny 
Boy. 

BesBie: Caflrey: To wm all the 
bwricetban gaaMs. 

Becky MacCiAWn: A date with 
a certain boy. 

Jane WHHams: William and 
Mary's^S. A. B. rratemAty Hoo^. 

Bobby Rice: To find a girl. 

Wesley Bam«i: A new car. 

Tcmmy Malbon: A date with a 
certain Iktl. 

Pat Heal: Aeeets. 

Skippy Hull: To fhid the name 
of hto secret lover. 



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1. 1 Can Dream, Can't 1— Bo;*- 
by Rice. 

a. Dreamer's Holiday — fted 




No«ii!iii;iiii«iiii»si 

'"DHNftnt" «fMl TtrrMMilly Ptftinyl 







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humor, ¥««'llw«nfllis«e Hie- 
riou* Novo taughi. Notiln| 
like Ihtm evsr p«bll»had 
WiHy anil <l•«•^ *t*r " 
amute ond dsllflhf your 
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J Hon dollori worlh of tau«N. 

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O. •roeba, eaniraeter: tHt Btveet, 

KfaMe^ ae,g^w. 

Church, owner; 
3» Titid mr«t%: fraaw: ti&.«M. 
I Aam Cewalr 
Mm.: nneat Oath, owner: Rt 
13. a«nr RMMpavBte: brick veaecr; 

lm.: W. C. KaM. *t.. tmnet; 
Dewey O. Weddte A Co., ^fiAne- 
tor: 7tOi Street. Virginia Beach: 
flteei : gatgaw. 

Res.: Irwm filverman. owner: 
D. W. Gregory, contractor; tfber- 
oieer: brick veneer: $35,969. 

Res.: R. H. Aitlllo. owner; A. 
W. Raggett, contradkw: Mrd *t.; 
frame: $VIJ999. 

Res.: James O. Page, owner: D 
W. Gregory, contractw: Uber- 
meer: frame; |lt,00e. 

Rm.: Chas. A. Womack, oWner: 
D. W. Gregory, contractor: Cape 
Henry: fraaoe; |lS,dM. 

Rew.: R. L. Barco. owner; near 
Waterworks; $tJW. 

Res.: Hampton Bewell, owner; 
J. C. Kesler, contraetor; Ited M 
Ocean; frame; #10 JM. 

Tourist CabM: C. O. Milta. 
owner: BayaMe; cinder Mock; |4,- 
969. 

Res.: C. A. Baccus, owner: 






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Jan. 30 pjn. 

Jan. 31 a.ffl. 

Jan. 31 p.m. 

Jan. 33 a.m. 

Jan. 33 p.m. 

Jan. 33 a.m. 

Jan. 33 p.m. 

Jan. 34 a.m. 

Jan. 34 p.m. 

Jan. 35 a.m. 

Tan. 39 p.m. 

Jan. 36 a.m. 

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tlMN wen eaaetly 1$j9m 
of haMMwrf aoed hWb W iy m ^' 
gtnta'a aecondwy road ayataa a» 
of January 1, the Stale ngliway 
Department reported ywlerday. ^ 

Thto compared wttfti M.IK 
hard - aorfaced miles a year ag 
and approximately a.OM pavsd 
miles back in 1933 when the State 
took over the farm-to-market an 
feeder roads. 

A January 1 tabulation showe:! 
exactly 3f,IM miles in the Second- 
ary welem. "11110 compared wKh 
Ujt& mika last y^r. The tan 
eieaae waa doe to new addition^ 
to the ayalem and tranafera from 
the primary ayatem. 

The tabntation waa made in 
eomeetion with a redaarifkatloa 
of secondary road mileage whkh 
breaks the system down into four 
claaae»-hard-s^i faced (l«,iM 
miles); aO-weat^. with a heaw 






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would like ifl talk with you tonii^t? 
You can reach them quickly and 
personally by (filing Long DlsMiace. 
Servicer* friendly and courteous. 
And most calls go through in less than 
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Bven the' most reluctant youngster would 
'step lively " to t)eat the la-sj; ring of the old, 
familiar school bell. But plea.se don't wait 
for the last ring of your telephone beJl be- 
fore running to ansn^er-it. By answering 
promptly <once you're sore It's your rtng>, 
youll^^ve ttiose kuit-miuute Stiiinu and 
avoid lost calls. 

The Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone 
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HBRfi k a car-one o( a whole 
parade of brilliant 1950 
modets-that realizes an ambl* 
tion for Buick, as it very well 
may lor you. 

It has been eight long years 
since Biiick has been able to 
bring you a lull and complete 
line and say/'Sir-suit yourself! " 

We can now. 

Never before could we give you 
a choice of four wheelbases, 
three engine sises and five power 
ratings. 

We can now. 

Never before could vve otter you 
an array of models that ranges 
from simple^ practical utility- 
t>'pe coupes to sportsterii as sleek 
and commanding as the stun- 
ning, Buick-fashioned Riviera. 

Wc can now. _ 

We haye long ofbred you valve* 
in>head efficiency. For 19S0 we 
have higher compressions and 
greater power in every engine- 
phis a new engine-the P-263- 



ThBn's a Buick to Itatch it I 



that brings thrilling new heights 
of liveliness and asip in the SuPBR. 

W6*te always been strong for 
room. Now you have it-abun* 
dances of it—on cars cleverly 
trimmed in over-all length so as 
to^lide easily into tight parking 
spots and swing deftt;^ into your 
garage. 

We*ve always sought to price our 

^ cars to serve as many people as 

possthie* Notif we* re reaching 

'more than ever-with a SfBCiAL 

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that costs less per pound than 
some "Lowest'Price Three'* 
models* 

There's more— much more-but 
that gives you the Idea: 

Abu have a lot to choose from in 
the 1950 Buick line. So much so 
that we can truly say here's a 
car to gratify aiiy taste, and 
prices lo suit practically any 
purse. 

Will you see your Buick dealer 
just to see if Uiat isn't so? 



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M with men Own ImU ttie ttM 
alkrtted fair tiw IIM ittieli of 
Obae* ftlve •l«VMd, indleaflom 
■re UM Mnecw Amw C«mrtf to 
mm tu •bort of Ita goal to 
iMt yew's reeetpts. Cub- 
'fMittQ leaders are e xpr e s s i og 
slam tbat eontittntlons are iiot 
eoMnt In oiore^ mMHy, and a 
coiaofy ciliecft «f «<rtB boMI 
buitacas sections tboav 4K^ 
scattOTtaK of «Mll coins, mMHy 
nkilMli and iwnnleB. are Mng 
etOeeted. leaden deetore. 

ContributkMiB In the eoln boies 
are far below normal receipts In 
mpartson with past years, and 
an extra aflort must be put forth 
during the next few days to bring 
them up somewhere near the fig- 
ure for last year, aeeording to 
Mrs. Oeorge Mullen, who }s pub- 
licity chalrmtn for the campaign. 
Mrs. W. C. Bv«rett, campaign 
chairman, pointed out again the 
great need that must be met. 
#0110 epidemics swept the nation 
In 1949. she said, and mora than 
40 COO people were stricken, a 
trnglc new record in the history 
of the disease in this country. 

Wherever polio struck, Mrs. 
I Everett said, local chapters of the 
National Foundation absorbed the 
initial shock, then went on to or- 
ganize, the forces of resistance. 
The ravages of polio in this one 
year may cost the National Poun- 

yfMon $11,000,000 in patient care 
lone, more than all the motfey 
i contributed to the 1049 March of 
} Dimes. 

gd "There is a great responsibility 

Mlresting on the shoulders of everj'- 

lone ift our community, and that 

lis to put forth every effort pos- 

f slble to see that our children are 

given every bit of aid next sum- 

•^«mer in the event our community 

.•hould be stilcken," Mrs. Everett 

t declared. 



Jmior Womoi to 
StagvBeadiFdles 
or llSllhidi 15 

Chalmien Named 
Of M n. LaGl^lft, 
General diaimian 





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Juniors met last flatirdv 
plana for the production 
Uoyd. representative 
of the Carglll Production Compa- 
ny of New York City, which has 
directed previous Follies at Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

The Beach theatre will again bs 
the scene of the Pollla, which has 
become one of the looked -for 
events of the year since It was 
first inaugurated In J94i. 

Mrs. R. F. Trant, Jr.. who Is^ 
chalrmtn of the program com- j 
mlttee. has asked that any ine in- i 
tcresled in submitting a program 
cover design for the 1960 r^Kiaa 
should leave their drawing at the 
Community House with Mr. Pan- 
tone or mall it to her at London 
Bridge. 

Mrs. Joseph UOlglla, who h 
general chairman for the event, 
has named the following chairmen 
for the production: vice-chair- 
man, Miss Kitty Manby: talent, 
Mrs. W. W. Oonnell, Jr.: program. 
Mrs. 1^. f'^iSiX'^Su ptibficfty 
Mrs. R. Ljnn Kei^gH; tickets. 
Mrs. James W. MleS^.; finance. 
Mrs. J. A. White; costumes. Mr.-. 
A. 8. King, Jr.; make-up, Un. 
Waverley J. Dickens; properties. 
Mrs. John A. Tucker; ushers. Mrs. 
Richard C. Goodman; patrons. 
Mrs. Jacob T. Koiw; and cabaret. 
Mrs. Albin R. Mallhes. 



\hiaifmm§ 
May Tab Part in 
ISisHbean Tcrti 

Seed Tf«atneiity 
Inecihtioiittfbe 

Midicd In PNc«« 

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Denomteatkms to show tlM ad- 
Tantam (rf soybean seed treat- 
■mM and Inocalatlon are being 
plamied for 1050. according to an 
aimonncement by M. W. Odin, 
county agent. 

The deiMnstraUom irfll be eon- 
doeted wttti the help ol eocverat- 
taig fanners far the soybean pro^ 
counties of eastern 1^- 
a. m. FenM. pHot p«iho!»- 
iglst. and W. C. White, asrtsiaat 
agronavriM. «re In.charae of the 
project. 

Fenne saM the draipnstratlons 
are fanned to show how a goo^ 
soyliean stand can be achieved 
with less' seed where seed treat- 
ment and Inoculation are prac- 
ticed. 

Chemical treaUnent of seed, he 
explains, gives protection againai, 
fungus dlsettes carried both by 
seed and In the strtl. Inoculation 
consists of placliw on the seed 
certain bacteria which help It ex- 
tract nitrogen from Um air. 

Pitaicesa Anne farmers who wish 
to participate In the program a.s 
'FRrnstrators will be adied to 
b' nw t iree pecks of seed to V? 
oaiuy agent's offl-'. T.ie-s SAin- 
ples will be tested for germination 
and the treaUnent applied. Be 
sure the seed has been cleaned. 

During the spring. Extension 
Service representatives will help 
treat seed in the county agents' 
offices. After the number of dem- 
onstrations and the amount of 
seed to be used have been deter- 
mined, inoculant and directions 
for its usie *vlll be* 8*rit county 
agents to be applied Just before 
planting. 

Demonstration plots will be a 
half acre each. 

Any soybean grower in Princess 
Anne County who desires to con- 
duct one of these demonstrations 
is advised to contact the county 
agent and to bring in three pecks 
pf clean soybean seed. 



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MMCepieatffNeirs 




LandownenGet 
Aid from Virgn^ 
Fwcrt Servic e 

P«rtaHioiiili Office 
MenifleiTieeeto 
Coonty Farmeri 



Mrs. J. D. W. Cassada. treas- 
1 urer of the local chapter, has re- 
ported that theVe Is not enough 
at present In the treasury to care ' 
for one case for one month. "Aj 
m;'. .for problem' when poUo strikes j 
is the high cost of total care. A' 
' respiratory case may cost as much 
»i«as $10,COO a year," she said. Long- 
. Nerm treatment usually is beyond | 
the means of average families. 

In a recont appeal, Ms. Wallace 

Clark, president of the !ocal chap- 

i ter, said: "We have often heard 

' the .saying that money does not 

buy happiness. This can easily be 

refuted I! you could only see the 

cxpi-esstons of happiness and Joy 

on the faces of patients cared for 

4 by the March of Dimes." 

2nd EfetrictVFW 
Meets Sunday at 
Comiininity Rouse 

The Second Dtotrict vepresenta- 
tivm of the Veterans of Pbrelgn 
mrs wUl congregate, some 250 
iitttmg, at the Community Horns 

^Jjtt Sunday, at 2 pjn. for their 

*|wartRly meeting. 

^Accwdlng t» &bs. LaCena: Fat- 
ton, preaii^t of Virginia Beach 
Poet tIM, Ladies Auxiliary, the 
meeting will be a regular business 
sesslo;^, and will include planning 
*for uie official visit of ttw Ha- 
ti«tttSil Presidettt ot the AuidMary. 
which will take place iiK|)^- 
ary. 



ACP Program Brings About Need 
For More^and Better Pastures - 



More land in pasture and bet- 
ter pastures will keynote the Agri- 
cultural' Conservation Program 
during the coming year. 

R. W. Lane, chairman of the 
Princess Anne County Committee mltteemen when farmers 
of the Production and Marketing ' piete 1B50 ACP worksheets 
Administration, expressed this' 



How many of these conservation 
practices may fit into apy farmer's 
pasture program will be explained 
by the PMA dbunty office or by 
PMA county and community com- 

com- 



■The PortaoMNith oBiee tit the 
Virginia Forest Service has an- 
nounced that during the year 
1040. 132 lamtowncra In Frlncess 
Anne, Accomack. Isle of Wight, 
Nansemond. Norf<rik and North- 
ampton counties were assisted 
with their forestry problems and 
projects. The assistance ranged 
from advice on planting tree seed- 
lings for a windbrert to measur- 
ing the numty*** of board feet to 
be cut frcn =» mercliantable stand 
of sawtlrn'j-r. 

Apprrx'mat'jiy 10 5*0 a-r-s of 
WO"'"""'* cr po cn:ial wo rtland 
were examined by the foresters 
of the Virginia Forest Service in 
District 8. and better than a mil- 
lion and a half board feet of tim- 
ber were measured and marked 
to lie cut. 

It was pointed out that the ser- 
vices of a technically trained for- 
ester are available to any land- 
owner In the State of Virginia, 
jmd At nfr Gott a cMnpleif exami- 
nation will be made of an owner's 
woodland, proposed planting site 
or cut-over land. If it is desired 
the foresters will measure the 
amount of sawtimber to be cut 
from a stand of timber at a small 
fee per thousand tMiard feet, or 
select propM* seed trees In ccmi- 
pliance with the Seed Tree Aj. 
now in effect in most of the east- 
ern counties in the State at a few 
cents per tree. «. 

These services may be obtain- 
ed by calling or writing the Dls- 
trict Forester, Box 2152. Ports- 
mouth, Virginia (T'elep hone- 
Portsmouth 7593 U or by con- 
tacting one of the numerous Fire 
Wardens situated throughout the 
counties. 



Comfy Famers 
ForA CPfto gram 

Worliflheeto ISHwald 
Be ComiPleted By . 
Matdi 15, Iteys Lane 

Many farmers are already sign- 
ing up under the 1050 Agricnl- 
tval Conservation Progrun, R. 
W. Lane, Production and Market- 
ing Assoclathm Omnty Chairman. 
reports, i^ applications for pay- 
taig Princess Anne farmers for 
1040 conservatkm practices were 
b^iW pushed through the local 
FMA office. 

Mr. Lane aald that the first or- 
der of badness these days is to 
get lart year's program liehind 
and checks In the hands of. f wrm- 
ers. In tide respect, he vwtcd the 
FMA sUte aUkn as "expecttoig 10 
per cent of Virginia farmers' 1040 
ACP checks In the mall In Jann- 
ary." 

However, Mr. Lane reminded 
fanners of the tanportance of 
king lOSO conservation plans 
now, so that the PMA county of- 
fice may take steps to effect early 
deliveries of required lime and 
fertlliaer materials. He pohited out 
that the county committee has es- 
UbUshed a "priority date" of 
March 15 by which time farmers 
must have executed workstieets 
showing the practkxs they hitend 
to carry out under the 1050 Ag- 
ricultural Conservation Program. 
He explained that tills priority 
date Is necessary m order for the 
committee to determine the mini- 
mum amount of assistance that 
can be apportioned to each par- 
ticipating farm from the 1050 
ACP county allotment. 

Farmers wanting assistance In 
planning ccmservation practices 
for the coming year should con- 
sult their PMA community com- 
mitteemen or call at the county 
office in Pungo. 



SiymismllMrnMbyeivie 
CmmH f tr Brtler fiariMigi ani 
TnsI MteetiMi hi CMMty 



Sh Scarlet Fe?er 
Cases Riiiorted 
During Decnnber 

HeaHh Department 
U«t8 Actiiitiefli fai 
Report to Svpenrisor^ 



Six cases of scarlet fever..wer9 
reported in Princess Anne County 
duriiw tiie month of December, 
lOM, according to a report to the 
County Supervisors l»y the coun- 
ty health officer. Dr. William W. 
Oarrett. Other important com- 
municable diseases reported in 
December included two cases of 
chickenpox and two of influenza^ 

Other activities of the depart- 
ment were: 114 nursii« visits, of 
which four were vlrits in acute 
communicable disease control; 32 
visits in tuberculosis control; and 
78 visits in maternal and child 
health. 

The hMsalth department made 
13 venereal disease iiwestlgations 
during the month. 
•CUnic activities were: 12 visits 
l>y motliers, Infants, and pre- 
school children to clinkrs; 14 visits 
by patients to venereal disease 
clinics; 240 X-rays taken: and 10 1 agreement 



H^hsray 
Diseaia Secondary 
Roads with Board 

The Princess Anne County 
Board of Supervisors were con- 
fronted with two of their peren. 
enial headaches at their regidar 
January meeting. These painful 
subjects, which were discussed at 
length, were secondary roads in 
the county and garlmge coltectior>'-> 
in the Kempsvllle and Lynnha-. ya 
districts. 

Meeting with the ijowd in their 
deUberatlons were three members 
of tiM State Highway Coramls- 
siOBTand a delegation from the 
Princess Anne County Civic Coun- 
cil, headed up by Herbert Mitctwll. 

Mr. Mitchell reported to the 
board ttiat the Clvk Council at its 
meeting in January decided to 
come before the county body to 
protest the unsatisfactory garbage ■ 
collection, and termed it "undesir- 
able." He pointed out that col- 
lections were made at unusual 
times in the county, often lOMOt 
1:30 a.m. and during the night: 
that often entire streets were 
sicipped. and that garliage and 
trash were allowed to stand for 
as long as two weeks; that the 
collector did not live up to his 
that collectlona be 



immunizations performed, f o u r j „gjg ji^gg tj,,,^, weekly during 
for smallpox, two for teUnus, and , the summer months; and that the 



four for tjrphoid 

The department's sanitation ac- 
tivities outlined were: two sewer 
connections inspected; 23 septic 
tanks approved; 70 restaurant in- 
spections made; two complaints 
investigated; ffve miscellaneous 
inspections made; 301 visits in en- 
vironmental sanitation; and 40 
laboratory exammatlons. 



Approximately 10 members tril 
tlw local post and ttte Auxiliary 

of Post VIOO 



jill participate in Sunday's meet- 
^«Mg. Fnmk Wdls is commander 



thought this week as sign-up un- 
ter the 1050 ACP program got 
underway. As more and more land 
<s taken cut of allotment crops, 
such as wheat, potatoes, and pea- 
nuts, he explained, this diverted 
land must be proteited with a good 
sod. -That means greater emphasis 
qn seeding and tanproving pas- 
ture land. 

He pointed out, however, that 
seeding land to gt;ass and legumes 
albne is not enough. Much acid 
soil wUl need lime, and good pas- 
tures need tarttliRr appUcaUons 
like any bther orop. 

To help farmers provide favor- 
al>le pasture coudlUims, the Agri- 
cultural Conservation Program 
offers assistance in the form .of a 
niunber ot practices. Those ap- 
l»roved fbr Princes Anne County 
includte: 

Pasture develomnent: In estab- 
lishing Ute pasture a mixture con- 
taining at least one grass and wia 
legume listed must be sown on a 
pMHterly prepared e eei tted to 
qualify for paymmt. LDAlng and 
AMrUIising materials should be ap- 
l^led at or belbre seedbag when. 
Decenary to insure a good stand 
and growth. 

Uming materials: Applying 
standaid ground limestMK or 
equivalent material to farmland. 

SttpNidMsptete or potaah: Ap- 



"Not only does good pasture 
provide the best and cheapest 
form of feed." Mr. Wne said, "b-^t 
a good prass and clover sod^ the 
best protection a farmer can have 
against erosion. For that reason, 
the Princess Anne PMA County 
Committee is placing special em- 
phasis on morp and better pas- 
tures this year to the extent that 
we have earmarked a substantial 
patr of our lOSO county ACP 
funds for that speciffc purpose." 

pMmers who want to be sure of 
getting a share in the division of 
1050 conservation funds should 
execute worksheets prior to March 
IS. 1050. 



Seaside Flower Shop 
Opens on 17th Street 



The Seaside Flower and Hobby 
Shop has opened on 17th Stireet 
in the offices formerly occupied 



Oceana Cavaliers to 
Play Suffolk Tonight 
In Conference Game 

The Cavaliers this week Journey 
to Suffolk to play the Red Raiders 
in a conference game. The Cava- 
liers will be seeking their, third 
leagU3 victory against one set- 
back. Next veek the Cavaliers op- 
en a busy slate with a league tt:t 
on the Great Bridge hardwood. 

■ The Ocearfa girls romped over 
the Deep Creek girls last Friday 
night, winning by a score^r|0pl8, 
Oiilt of this score Jantf Midifeate 
mad: 22 points. 

The :'ys .-xlso hlt^tlie hooi> ^ith 
monotonous regul/irity in trounc- 
ing Deep Creek 7^-35 on the Oce- 
ana cout. WiLstMr' Johnson led 
the scoring parade with 20 mark- 
ers. Ralph Aydlette nipped in 
Tourteen points in a ccmparatlve- 
ly shrt time as the whole squad 
rcmblned to play its best game of 
the season. 



Hear That Scream in the Sky? 
It's the Banshees-Jets that Is 



Inter-Com System 
Installed at W. T. 
Cooke School 

Installation has been completeo 
of a complete inter - communica- 
tion system at the Willoughby T. 
Cooke School, connecting all cla.ss- 
rooms with the principal's office. 

Tlie system makes it possible 
fcr the school to take advantas>' 
of the Norfolk Junior League's 
13-week program of music appre- 
ciation now being broadct^t once 
a wsek. On Tuesday, the" school 
children heard, in their own class- 
rooms, "The Nightingale." 'jy 
Hans Christian Andersen. . 



Remember the calm days only 
last week when a flight of 24 or 
so fighter planes roared overhead, 
almost unnoticed except for the 
air-minded small-fr^Well, those 
good old days, it seems, are gone 
the way of the Model T Ford, for 
Virginia Beach. Oceana and the 
areas around Princess Anne Coun- 
ty that the Navy uses for ap- 
proach zones to Oceana Air Field. 

Get rea^y fop- the Jets, for a 
detachirt|nt of Fighter Squadron 
171, ope;*ting Navy Bdnshec P2H 
jet aircraft, has arrived at the 
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Oce- 
ana, from Jacksonville. Florida, 
for temporary basing in connec- 
tion with offshore carri8j;_jjper«- 
tlon. 

Get ready for the Eanshees 
They a:e the ones that have been 
screaming across the skies this 



men on the trucks destroyed pri- 
vate property. 

Mr. Mitchell mtroduced mem- 
bers of the council from I^mn- 
haven, Chest^wake Beach, Ellaa- 
beth Park, and othCr localities 
who backed up his complaints 
relative to the garbage Collections. 

The council would like to see 
the county recover an amount In 
the neighborhood of $3J00 which 
it maintained would be the 
amount dde for collections not 
made during the past summer 
months. 

R. H. Mears, who has the trash 
collection contract, assured the 
group that he would do all in his 
power to better conditions and 
the supervlscffs promised that im- 
provement would be made, es- 
pecially as to summer schedules 
of collections. 

Road Trottblee 

tUghway Commissioner S. W. 
Rawls. who with J. M. Hagen, dis- 
trict engineer, and &■ D. Hubbard, 
resident engineer, discussed with 
the supervisors the problon of in- 
creasing the secondary road mile- 
(Conttnued on Page Eight) 



Teachers and school children 
express delight at the working of 
the system, which has radio and 
phonograph equipment, and mav j «eek. leaving trails of vapor 
ter switches as well as switches t!KiJattern.s in the heavens, 
connect to the individual room.s. { An unconfirmed rumor has 
_^ - ._ I that the present detachment 



in 



The World Ilrtendship fMnd ti 
the Boar Seoats 9i AfMilea has 
(ioaate« hmm Uian HW.MO i^i.plleatiaii wwlbe waile afc a liiiK 
funds and pacfeagea to the re- so that the eligible cro» will re- 
tetaklbhiMnl of Scouting in wwr oelvw the pitnelpal benefit ot the 
^ mtn liwiilrtes. aaateitrt. 



Norfolk Architect 

by KcUam-Eaton Cranpany. The io OpeaK at IjlUie - 
new shw features daily deliveries fhca LrC Workshop- 

to Norfott. , " 

The new shop will be under Uw i PiMlay S. Fergu-son. Jr.. NorfoU 
managment of Mrs. Margafen achltc.t. x^'U speak at the Utile 
Abnuns iTheatiTS Wc^kshop^t the Com- 

J I xnunlty Hou^ MC^y. January 

COLONY MSSrAUKANT OPSNS 
P(M<L0WtNO RENOVA'TION 



30. at 3:30 p.m 



The pdimy tteBtattirant wUl re- 
open tottight aflar Mag closed 
for two weeks tor interior tedecw- 
atioik Taut bkbNrtor Ims been com* 
idetriy retwMriied. 



Mr. PcrgusQU was active in tlv.» 
Wll iamsburg restoration and ha-s 
designed ^ts for the Norfolk Lit- 
tle Theatre. 



Teen-Agers To Be 
Hosts to Parents at 
Community House 

Parents and Member Night will 
be celebrated at the Community 
House on February 8 at 7:30 p.m. 
when teen-agers will play h03r.> 
to their pa:ents at an evening of 
entertainment. 

The program will consist 3f 
motion pictures — principally the 
1040 World Series— along with 
other interesting shorts. 

The Sportsman Shop of Nor- 
folk, which is furnishing ^he film, 
will also present half a dozen blfi 
league baMs. autog.aphed by 
membei? of -b"»th the American 
and National Leagues, to y. ung 
people lidding lucky tickets. Ad- 
mis.sion will be fi-ee. and all par- 
ents are urged to attend. 



the first of many to come. 

' In this phase of operations, tlie 
planes will make field carrier 
practice landings under the con- 
trol of a Landing Signal Officer 
The landing conditions on the 

! field i'ill be simulated to resemble 

I landing conditions aboatd an alr- 

' craft canter. 

I Comdr. W. N. Leonard. U8N. 
Squadron Commander, is in 
charge of the detachment. 

The long-nosed Jets resemble 
nothing more ■- thui a flight of 
.swan, that is. in everything but 
their noise. For beauty, it's a Jet 
every time; for personal operation. 
give us that Model T we mention- 
ed. 



OES TO WONSOB CHICKEN. 
OYSTEK SVPPCK FEMMJARY i 



Ladies Auxiliary 
VFW To Sponsor 
Essay Contest 



The Ladles Auxiliary to POdt 
7106, Veterans of Foreign Wan. 
today announced its ^xmaorship 
of an Essay Contest at Oceana 
High School as part of the Na- 
tional V. F. W. Auxiliary contest 
among high school students. The 
subject for the 1040-50 event is 
"Peace. With Honor, for America." 

In making the announceniMit, 
Mrs. LaCena Fatton, pr^ttent of 
the local auxiliary., said that the 
faculty of Oceana High School 
has been most cooperative In 
making the participation itf the 
high school poasilte. Starting 
FelM^ary 1, die said, essajw gn 
the general subjitet wiU be an 
English requirement! ^triaa ouMt 
^e in by April 1. 

WIniMr irf the local contaal Mtt 
be announced before the Brrt tf 
May. Mrs. Fatton saM. Tha Awt- 
Utary wUl sn^ve as J^^ uM ttka 
wihtoer WiU be sent to partl^piie- 
hi the national compettttair'JyM 
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iW Virginia Beach Chapter (rf 
the Order of Uie Eastern ^ar wi*! 
sponsor a fried chteken and oyater 
supper on 'thuraday, February i ^ 
juts of America is now anowr. frcm 5 tUl • pjn.. at the Masonic enrottetf 

hi.s lecture on .sets and stwecraf^- f'f fourteen ana over. t- i 



The Senior Pitjgram of the Boy 
Scouts of America Is now known 



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Ittfc vin te avwft to alt fctiM^ 
in lytfi «t±a^ 



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Mow we hsTe gone Into mow detail aiiont the need to advertise 
VIrgtala Seach In order to atteact lis share of the BriUons pf iMtors 
to inrttada each year. 

We cannot, howerer, reetnuBend vhoieheartedtr that we attract 
these people to a Beaeh where our political future la so uncertain. 

The constant quarrels and bickerings that arise oat of an auto- 
eratle and devoUc leadership, the lack tA Moneat and ahove-board 
dsaBBg with the gaaiUinf and pay-off idtuitloa. In fact, the whole 
set-np as It now is, win negate the good ttuit the adrerNstaig can- 
pal^i can do. ^ 

If we are to have a government by privilege. If we are to have 
open disrespect ap#contempt of the law. we cannot offer the product 
we advertise. 

A governing body constlkited m ours presently Is caniurt iMd in 
the building of a progreartve community; rather, to suit the Interests 
of Its "bOBsesT' it tends to tear down, to hold back growth and progress. 

Now Is the time to forget privUege, and band together to get for 
Virginia Beach the best possible leadership; to throw off the shackjes 
of pettiness, and to strive for that which Is for the good of all. 



WB Mvw 8BI1. vnomiA— ium TniqiifiA icach 

■very indication points to 19M being the greatest travel year in 
the history of the nation. The same indices point to Its bdng tlw most 
competitive year in the history of the travel business. 

During 1M9 ttw Stete Highway Commission studies show that 
Virginia had 13.S per cent more out-of-state visitors than ever before 
in her history. But the same studies show that they spent IS per cent 
less while tai Virginia. We wouldn't have broken even If it hadn't been 
that the average stay of the visitor increased 20 per cent, due to better 
food, aooommodations and a general improvement in our btll-of-goods. 

During 19S0 there is going to be more buslneas than ev4r before, 
but not as profitable as .former budneas. Also every stale wltii even, 
the slightest pretense at tourist appeal is moving heaven and earth 
to get bushieas. Last year 2,900 ^^rginians went abroad. This year it 
Is estimated that 4,000 Virginians wiU see Europe, or Canada, or Mexi- 
co. There are few of these people who have not been guests at Vir- 
ginia Beach.' 

Ust summer Florida is ronited to have spent 91,500.000 advertis- 
ing for sununer busings and Florida got results, big results. It antici- 
pates an even greater season in 1990. Ploridlans are talking about 
making the summer season as profitable in teh future as its ^Inters 
have been In the past. The business attracted to Florida Is largely 
business that vacationed somewhere else In former years. Obviously 
those areas that once enjoyed this deflected patronage must look else- 
where to replace it. 

Then there Is Tennessee, which claims to have built as large' a 
business as Virginia and is spending 9200.000 a year by state apprc- 
prif tion to huild it even bigger. Cam^a wUl spend much more this 
year in advertising for American tourists. We could go on and on. 
enumerating our competitors, but this isn't written to spread gloom. 
It's a plain statement of the facts and an appeal to Virginia Beach 
to do something about il^ 

The Vlrgtaia Travel Council is vitally interested in the prosperity 
of>Vhvhila Beach, which is the leading saltwater resort *oii the At- 
laq^. It is vitally interested not only from the point of vleii^ of want- 
ing you to be prosperous, but because on your prosperity* depends the 
prosperity of many others. Norfolk, Portsmouth, large transportation 
agencies wrving many Virginia communities, the businesses alon? 
virtually aU of our principal highways— all of these will be affected 
matolally if Virginia Beach do^hql; do a capacity business. 

To meet competition not only in 1950 but in the years to come 
Vkginla Beach will have to do more for itself, more for its neighbors 
» and more for the state as a whole. To meet this competition Virginia 
Beach also is gohig to have the help of everyone in Virginia that can 
help— the state, the shrines and resorts, hotels, motor courts, trans- 
portattcm agencies, travel agents, motor clubs, in short everyone that 
has a part in the advistag and dUrecting of tivvel buslnns. 

But the fhat thhig that must be done is for Virginia Beach to 
adopt a program to do more for Itself. 

The first thing that VUrglnla Beach must do is sell itself on Vh- 
glnia Beach, have confidence h» Its own future and its cltliens be 
willing to take off their coats and work for common objectives. 

There Is no spot on the Atlantic. In the opinion of the Wrginia 
Ttavcl Council, with a Mghter future than Virginia Aach. Its assets 
ate tremendous, ita future is limited only by what people of Virginia 
■laeh do to develop it. 

• • » 

This ia the message that we must sell every cltiaen of Virginia 

Kh. 

This Is our first ohfecUve. 

Bow are we going to (to It? 

Ih uty BUUtMy campaign the leaders sit down together and de 







^ iclalivc ^to e^MMalea 1b the 
ivoveaiMr cieciioiia, aecMfCa ine 
mrghtfa Bndi Wcriily for ^sm- 
wy 39. 1937. omeea to be filled 
in the dectlons we» those of 
cMBBMsrioner of revmue. treMO- 
rer, ciCTk of the court. di«rlfl. 
commonwealth's attorney, bond 
of siqiervtets, and others. Bo 
muBes were sune^ed in the story 
howevCT. 

• • • 

Fifteen modem all-ye»-TOuiMl 
homes would be buUt in Ubermeer, 
Vta«lnla Beach's latMt subdivis- 
ion, aecorAng to an announee- 
ment by ^rthur Ifasury. of the 
Amnerson.Masury real estate 
company handHmr the develop- 
ment. Among those he named who 
would build were F. A. Hayeox, 



i. A. C. Orener. and Ciri. F. Maph 



EMsorder look i^ko at the Hal- 
eyoB luA dnrlBg a danee the pre- 
vkNw week wMeh reaimed IB a 
\inkien nose Urn one man. md a 

^.99 IhM for anoOwr. 

• • • 

The flmlMtf Hmouteed that 
necessary daia ob tiie proposed 
walkway had been seemed by en- 
gineers and that bkb were brtag 
invited firon approadmatly 13 bid- 
ders. 

• • • 

Mra. Charles T. Bqvam. Prin- 
cess Anne County clurinnan of 
the Seal Committee of the Vir- 
ginia TubetcidoaiB Bodeiy. Mi- 
nouneed that ttWI.ti Iwd been 
realtaed ky SBia of ChrMaHM 8eab 
by the organiaatkm. 



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Iftw Tork— America's store 
clerks are priming themselvea for 
some tougher selling during 1999. 
Aw^ that theta- sales teclniiqitts 
hav^never fully bounded back to 
normal since the sellers' mariMt 
petoed out, they know they will 
neld a real brush-up If 1990 re- 
sults are to fulfill the promise 
held forth by first^-the-year 
prospects. Their feeling is backed 
by a recent nationwide survey 
which revealed that greater em- 
phasis on constructive salesman- 
ship is now needed more than 
ever. AbiUty to close a sale, this 
study disclosed, is apparently the 
Weakest Unk Ih the retail selling 
chain. Other^ phases of a sale 
which need a shot in the arm. It 
was found, included suggestive 
selling and "trading up." Retail- 
ers covered by the survey were in 
the fololwlng fields: department 
stores, specialty shops, men's wiear, 
food, variety, drug, and many 
miscellaneous stores. The most 
eflcient sales people, the survey 
found, were those in department 
stores and specialty shops. 

MORE PRICE BOOSTS?— 
While many prices are dropping, 
don't be surprised if appliance 
prices move back up again Soon. 
The major appliance Ihdustry is 
still trying to keep prices down, 
but higher steel costs may force 
so^ne increases. 

BOOTLEQ BOOM— Liquor lev- 
ies are sparking a comeback for 
bootleggers. During the fiscal year 
of 1949, 8.008 stills and 3,681,432 
gallons of mash were seized by 
authorities, compared with 6,757 
stills and 1,710,833 gallons of mash 
seized In 1948. According to New 
York liquor administrators, these 
figures indicate that while con- 
sumers demand alcoholic bever- 
ages—and are willing to buy legal 
liquor at high prices wh^ they 
can afford to— they will also buy 
Illicitly produced, untaxed pro- 
ducts when It comes down to a 
choice of abstinence or excessive 
priees. 

The steady increase in bootleg- 
ghig can be traced directiy to high 
federal taxes and contUiued war-, 
time levies oh legal distilled spir- 
its. As a result, state enforcement 
authorities have gone on record 



as favoring iBunedlate congress- 
ional action to reduce Uquor levies. 
The State Uquor Authmlty of 
New Tork has gone a st^ further, 
appealing direetly to ttw state's 
V. 8. senators and representatives 
for li«Mr tax relief and citfatf re- 
ports of the AkohoUe Ttcx UMt 
of tiM V. 8. Treasury Department 
to allow that the bootleggers are 
having a field day at the expense 
of the government and the pub- 
Ik. 

THDiOS TO COUE-This mo- 
bile age has at least got around 
to the coiner soda fountain— a 
new portable 40.pound unit stocks 
90 six-ounce soft drinks, dispens- 
es coffee, boullllon. hot chocolate, 
and crushed fruits as well as car- 

bonatod beverages Home can- 

ners will go for a leak- and odor- 
proof plastic container which pro- 
vides an airtight seal by merely 
pressing the cover. To remove, you 
Just peel it off. Pressing it agahi 
renews the seal. . . . Carpet sweep- 
ers with shatterproof and dirt re- 
sistant windows now permit 
housewives to tell at a glance 
when the dust pan needs empty- 
ing. .. . No soap— you don't need 
It any more to keep your car nice 
and shiny, thanks to a new choni- 
cal process Which not only pro- 
tects the finish but also does aw&y 
with the need for soaps, sponges, 
and elbow grease. The trick is 
done by means of a combination 
cleaner and polisher and a super- 
hard finish. . . . Teaching thrift 
to smal fry is made easy with the 
Merry-Oo- Round 'Bank." a ca- 
roU8ek,.«Min-liolder with horses 
that run in&ic^ as long as the 
kids deposit thell* pennies, nick- 
els, and dimes. . . . Fire! A novel 
home alarm system enables you 
to detect it almost instanUy. Small 
detector units scattered through- 
put the house sound a warning as 
son as the heat hits 180 degrees 
Fahrenheit. 

Brrs O' BUSINESS— Snowless 
winter is putting ski-tow opera- 
tors and other northern resort 
entrepreneurs on the skids— New 
England resort owners and local 
retailers already have lost sever- 
al millions In winter vacation 
bushiess. . . . New car output is 
rolling to new peaks, but a slow- 



OB the sriiteet of 
•Whara TMovlriM foiac to d» l« 
Tow liUr tai ttw FMvuary imue 
of nmw BeaiMiU MigBriBe. Hr. 
Crosby asserts that tte new med- 
imB's iavaet la Bot^^folBf la be 
anywhere tmsttr as deraata t fa f 
as was or^dnaUy pradleted. 

The anther qooles crtties' fore- 
casts that televWoo will 'dortrt^ 
the art of coBversaHoB, terminate 
the puMiahtaw of bboks. tvisn the 
motion-picture industry, and eon- 
ceivaUy atroi^ ev»yone's meal 
chords." He then Hkens such Vitm 
to that of Oeotte Bernard Mww 
when the pbonrrlght pretfieted 
that radio wouM e«rtirinhr kin the 
tbsater and poartHy the boA 

"LeTs bc^tsenatUe," si^a C^vsby. 
iTeievWonj isn't going to revo- 
hitioidw Axy of our habits; it's 
>)usl golpf to modify them, possl. 
t^ for the better. . . .1S^ effeet 
on faanily life. In spite df a tot of 
sweeping statements to the con- 
trary,^is still olMCure. ... It will 
destroy the art of omversation 
only amoitf those who weren't 
very gtfted In tlwt direction hi 
the first ^aee." 

As for television's* effect on the 
movies, the author clatara It 
wrni't doom the Industry. It Just 
means movlM will have to be bet- 
ter to attract us from our homes. 

As a competitor. It win spur 




to do It. Therefore If we are 

to do it get our teaitersfalp to- 

in the' couneiks of government, 

ten's dvlc. fraternal and other 

Story to the very confines of 



tanBlae what is to be done ami 
lalat to make progrem the fint 
icttier, those whose voices are 
of the hotels, the mnchants. the 
oittbfe, (htm Camp Pendleton to 
PHbw Anne County 

- Bnr^ there can be iw dissenting voice for an objective that is 
m (dearly the llrat step and an Inmerattve step In the Job of enUMng 
tim aid itf every Beach citia» hi building a better place for aU of 
UB to Kve and a greater taicoiBe for all of us to mjoy. 

tefa gM togetlwr Imre at Xm«taila Beach. Let's sell our own peo- 
ple through Biass meeting, through use of the blUheads of the mer- 
ehaali and ttie rtg^eoMotB of the banks and the Mils of Uie mitw. 
W9(MrtB9fat ami tarn departments, through dfaect mall and radio and 
l^muatt; tlH«uih any meAa we can get. Let's detmuhie to do this 
Mit. and ti»B let% do it, and do it righ^-ali the way. not half. 



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down In demand has some deal- 
ers worried. Example: one Ifaam- 
chusetts Ford agency, with 19 
cars on hand, has exactly 11 or- 
ders. ... Is the AdmlnlstraU<m> 
farm policy breaking down? lliat 
Is the fear in some Quarters as 
price-propptaig practices pile up 
huge government aurphises of 
farm products. The current poUcir 
is also killing off many small 
farmers, some observers charge. 
Acreage restrictions keep their 
ou^nit too low for profitable op- 
eration, enabling trigger and mor? 
highly mechanised farmers to 
move In. 




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Aiuif CoMit^ wcte dMstrlbutcl 
and tti^ porpate exirialmd. M«i 
Craig pive Qw dmoDsbntkm <mi 

ing ttie home aa the central fig- 
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awi^, hnrak. wttllcw^ni md drivu- 
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e»e md iiaimiintg, and how 
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ready «> total uf « Irig Imi of 
MW-cut Mvings! 

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aMh« Ml gas, Ml oil, Ml ta^ir bills, 
by <kiviag a a«w 1950 Sfadebafcer! 

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freAmtents were served by Mrs. 
MacDonaM. 

Homenmkers deatrti^ to join 
the Vinoi^ teach Club should 
get hi touch with Mrs. Jack L. 
Mner. tird Ifeck Kdad, the chib 
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wiehes. serve secn» and celery 
etuis, a Aresh fntft salwl and sugar 
cookies. 

• . • '^j 

Por the sake of eccmmny don't 
throw teft-over c<^ee away. It is 
excellent as the lUpM for mak- 
ii« chocolate pudding ... it gives 
a new flavor to »n <M dish . . . 
and it's readily usable in,,,^ke.'->, 
Icin^, and codcies. 

• • * 

The important point to remem 
ber about deep fat frying is to 
keep the temperature at even and 
correct heat. WlMn c(»aparatlveiy 
etM food is dropped into the fat, 
it tends to cool off the fat slight- 
ly. Therefore, a deep fat tlMrmo- 
meter is helpful. Correct tempera- 
ture will he^ overcome the wast- 
ing oi food and fat. FAt that gets 
too hot can't be used more than 
once or twice . . . but if heated 
to the right point, and k^pt that 
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lAa 2 ens to iritaot one^htff cup» Resign yourself to it— you're ib- 

of mm. ruk-ttf the Mtdwiehesfing to hawe sti^na on yow best 

aUe linen when the holiday ^- 
ertainlag is over. Food stains are 
imple enough to remove Iqr flrat 
oaldng the cloth in cool wato- 
and then washing it in very hot 
suds to which a hmisehold Ueach 
has been added. But candle wax. 
lipstick, and grease stains an col- 
ored napkiiM and taMeck>tha need 
special attention. And here are 
the methotto which proved best in 
tests made in Good Housekeeping 
maga^ne's Institute. 

Candle Wax: Use the dull edge 
of a taUe knife to -scrape away 
Mobs <a wax that adhere to the 
fabric, iiow soak the material in 
cleaning fluid for about ten min- 
utes. This removes the wax. If 
stain from colored wax still re- 
mains, try washing in hot water 
and swte or use an appropriate 
bleach. For white linen, ieotton, or 
rayon, use ^ chlorine bleach ac- 
cording to stadn removal directions 
on the label. But for colors that 
may not be fast to Ueaching. use 
hydrogen peroxide. Make solution 
of two tablespo<mfuls of hydrogen 
peroxide to four quarts of water. 
Soidt the stains in this s<^tion for 
half sn hour or longer. Rinse 
thoroughly. 

lipstick: Most such stains can 
,te taken care of with ordinanf 
washing; some, however, badly 
stain fabrics. Soaking lipstick 
stains in cleaning fluid for a few 
minutes removes the fatty ma- 
terial and usually takes out part 
of the color. If stains still remain 
after washing, bleach the cloth 
as directed for Candle ^ax re- 
moval. 

Pat or Oil: Stains from buttery 
Angers may seem to dirappear in 
the washing only to show them- 
selves again when the napkins are 
Ironed. These stirins are proml- 
hent on colored napkins; although 
they may not be seen on white 
napkins for the first few laiinder- 
Ings, eventually they appear as 
ugly yellow dlscolorations. After 
laundering, soak the napkins in 
cleaning fluid for ten minutes: 



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J Only lAeot 17 p# eest ol me 
tdtal etonrn eapaa^ for eom on 
V^gtaote fama is eonAdeicd rat- • 
pitwf. m ahemn W a reeeSI^- 
coHqrieted raryey of about one in 
every ft farms in the State. 

From oOier sooreea e«Ma tiic 
ntmate that laok d nlt-pnot 
storage MMana tlw loaa of afvera! 
htmdred poun<£i ta grata, on the 
ayerage farm, emeh year. 

Dr. Boyd fhtaOMTwr. atatis- 
tcian fca- the Virginia BkperiaMmt 
Statlmi, repMttaig on the survey, 
said that farm borage facilities 
for ear eom are axnailaUe for^Bort■ 
than 41.000,000 tnishels in irood- 
en-frame buildings: but ston«e 
in metal buiUings Is ayaUaUe tor 
only slightly more than 2.000.000 
bushels. Other types of avallaIHe 
farm storage, InclucBng <»nerete 
and cinder block, have a eapaetty 
tor about 1,700,000 bushels. 

Total capacity of all emamercial 
< off-farm) borages in Virginia u 
about 0,IMO,00O Jbtaheb. with »,• 
500,000 bushels for bulk grata, and 
1,100,000 bushels for sacked grain. 

The survey was conducted wlui 
fumte from the Produetton and 
MarkeOng Atarimstratlcm nnd^r 
the Keaaarch and Marketi^ Act 
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and the Division of liarkets ot 
the Virginia Department of Agri- 
culture. Partklpattag ta the sur- 
vey was the Virgtala Cooperattve 
Crop Reporting flenrlee. , 

The surveyors also were seeking 
information on production meth- 
ods of co:n and small grains, th* 
amount of these grains available 
for sale, farm and commercial 
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I Toorliw a 30,000 mile circuit 
lart year, trsO's Veterans Hos- 
pitals Camp Shows entertataed a 
total audience of 926,969 patients 
at 7,106 performances. In addition 
tJSO sent 47 fttai and radio per- 
sonalities on tours which includ- 
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stotfes »t V. F. I.. BtadB^WW, 
Va.. an«r speniBiic a tem dww 
irtth hte p»«its. Vh. md Mrs. 
Mne> SMBtey. ^. at tH^^r Ixx^^ 
on teldgh IMve and decsa 

ftwit. 

• • • • 

MIKH f. vnnn. m. a student at 
the Unlvwalty oS Virginia, wUl 
leave CharlottnvlUe thtm^j to 

jqiend two weeks in ficalihi. 

• • • • 

Mrs. W. T. Brannen. <rf Minrl- 
etta. Oeorala. is vkritlns her son 
and daiwhter-in-Iaw. Mr. and 
Mrs. W. T. ft-amwn, at their 
home on 23rd Sireet. 

• • • • 

Mrs. L. 8. HoOsis will teave to- 
morrow to visit friends in Ouffles- 

twi, S. C. 

■^ » • • • 

Roddy Watson win arrive next 
we^ to spend two weeks with his 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Radk>lpf) 
Watson, on LakesMIe tXrlve. 



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den, of Mwrfwd, California, ^ho 
are vM^ng retaitlves m Hwfirik, 
spent Weitaesday <rf lart week 
with Mrs. J«Hm Bryant, at the 

ftryant cottage. 

• • • • 

Ambrose Af mbtead has retorn- 
ed to his home on Mat Street af- 
ter 6eli« a ^tlent at the Virginia 

Beaeh Hospital. 

• • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. CecU Hears, tSr. 
W. B. Barber and Mr. and Mrf. 
Charles Browning, of WbrloJk. 
9Mit hat mn^-taH m BasttdDe 
on the iBiileTn flhoie of Vlrgftna. 



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Cobege. Sweet BMht. Va.. to spend 
a week wtOi her pw«its. Mr. and 
Ut». lawmiee •»«i*er. at. their 
hone in BMee MelghU. Bm wttl 
be acc onp a nl ed hooM by Mas 
Betty BiAtan. of LexhigtOM, Va.. 
who will be Mr gnert. 

• • ^ rf 
Bfrs. J«*n l*rl WWte h*» rs- 

tumed to her home on 9Kh street 
after vteiting her son and dmCh- 
ter-in-law, I*, and Mrs. t. R. 
White, m Roanoke, Va. 

• • • - • 
Mrs. Louis Chiy wl!l return nexi 

week to her home on 51st Street 
after spen «Bi « a month with iMr 
son and daugMer-ln-taw. Mr. and 
Mrs. George Rlngoid Ooy, in fort 
tauderdate, AOrMhi. 

4 * 4 4 /^ 

CotaSt. and Mrs. JmttHi ^■ 
Bkreman and ehiMren lurve nored 
from littS Street to WaddngtoM. 
ti. C, where Condr. Brttnaa «ill 
M stattdWd for duty. 

4 4 4 4 

Mrs. Cteorge fraidini iMtden 
has retarMd to Satf<dk after 
spendbqr a tt^ days trlth Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles SHnglnff m AteMon 

• • • « 
Miss Audrey Orahan faM t«- 

tam«d to her hMM tti NoefoOt ct- 
ter spenduw the w«ek-«tid iHih 
her slster-hi-law, Mrs. Jonph JBd- 
gar Graham, at her home on ttfth 
Street. 

Lieat. and Mra. Bllifl IL Tiylor 
and two children arrtted Wednes- 
day (ton itdumntOt. tUtk., to 
visit Mrs. taylors nother. Mm. 
Albert GtUnes, at her hoiiM on 
S4th Street. 




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Mrs. J. B. ntsgerald entertain- 
ed Itiesday at her home on Ave- 
mo C at a brl<tee Huehcon Li 
honor of Mra. W. f . Brahnen, of 
Marietta. G«., who is visltttig h«r 
son and <teuthter-tei-law, Mr. and 
Mrs. W. t. Utattam. it., on Mrd 
Street, "the guests presMit num- 
bered twenty. 

4*44 

Chatles SUnglutt. it., iHll ar- 
rive next week fron the tJnlver- 
alty of Virtlnia to spend a week 
with his piMhts, Mr. and Mis. 
Charles SlUigltllt. it their home 
in Alanton. He wtil be acconpa- 
nled heme by f'osttt- t^ttlt, of 
Lexington. Va., whowlU he his 
gufcst. 

* * • * 

Mrs. t>hll Wdkert. Of tork, Pa., 
is visiting Mr. and Mm. Baxter 
Sparks at their hone on 82nd 
Street. 

■ • .♦ *-* ♦ 

david Pender, tH, r°e t u r n e d 
thursdajr to the tJulverslty of 
Virginia after spending a week 
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs 
David !>ettdeT, Jr.. in Bay Colony. 

* * • * 

Miss Ann Leighton Bitnmdns 
will arrive Monday fron Mary 
Washington College of the Uni. 
verslty of Virginia, fredericks- 
burg, Va., to spend a week With 
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maclin 
Sittunons, on S3rd Stiieet. 
't * • » 

Mrs. Bnuhett Caldwell left tues- 
day to visit fHends and iwlatlvea 
m Baltitnpre. Md., attd Washing- 
ton, o. C. 

* * * , t 

Mm. Mi^ doHhlre will leave 
Monday fb MWlid sone tine in 
New iTKtfk catjr. 

k' k » > 

Miss Mait Lee has returned to 
her hitttte m 5Sttd Bkeet after 
spending last weiek-i»nd with 
fHends m Washingtoh. ». c. 

k k k » 

Ml-. Mid Mrs. CDttti^UsBcally. 
of Wariungton, D. c. wttt tlM 
gumts last week-i^Ml of Mir. and 
Mrs. I'Vat^ Bla^liMil, at Uttii* 
nttne mi tlkkd Bbeet. 

* ^ » * • 
Mrs. ttairt^ Btaaiou a has lefi to 

vidt frtenda tn Atlanta, oa. 

* • » » 

Mi:s. Clyde L. davia, it., ettt^- 
taUed Frfedajr at a Midge Kuten- 
e^ it Um! lMm»ss Anne comtry 
<^ib. Her guests nwMlMMd M. 

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Mrs. Ashbum 
Enterifllnsfor 
Mrs. Dofiahoe 

Mrs. Wlllafd Atfdmm anter-' 
tamed iMBats at har hone on 
ttnd stteet at a hmeheon hi hda- 
or of Mra. John M. tJooahoa. of 
8ap«rlot. Wlaconaln, who la vlidi' 
\tm her son and dMghter-hi-law, 
Lletit. and Mm. O. i. Uonahoe. at 
thefr hone on AtoMO C. the 
ftiasts invltad were Mra. Lahdon 
milliard, ST., Mm. Joaaph Cottan, 
St.. Mm. Bdwatd M. ttardy. Mts. 
david Shetbume. Mm. t4mikn 
Itmiard. it.. Mm. AlfMd Van tSit- 
ten. Mm. Joseph gotten, it., Mm. 
o. i. donahoe. Mm. Bobert daU 
ton and Mm. Wdlard Ashhum, Jr. 
* « « « 

Vlf gltiia Bowles to 
Marry fietijamin 
Giregory in April 

Mr. attd Mrs. Andrew fi. Bowles, 
of ttlchnond, annaunce the en- 
gagement of their ^aughter, Mis<! 
Virginia fiUaabeth ipowles. to Sen- 
jaMln iSdward Gregory, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jaines B. Gregory, of 
Virginia Beach. The wedding wltl 
take place in ApHl Itt the Calvary 
Methodist Church, in tiiehniond. 



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Virginia fieach. announce the 
birth of a am, Thonuu M. Mnr- 
1^^. it., JMHMtfy 1». at Horfoflc 
General Hospital. Mfe. Mntph^ fs 
the fanner lAss tiHa Mda, Hie 
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ttlacii race «lM«a are P. M.: all other TUnes are A. 
Ail schedules Dally except as otherwise indicated. 
"-Daily except Sundays and Holidays. 
i -Sundays and ttolldays Only. 



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toff ynneum wmi ttm stat* 
nmotfk ChnviBov Mbit 9. SMQe. 
CtovMJMMT Tmsli, tai Ma brtoptt ari>>* 

Aawibly>we (a i MB e M fc df IHOOJI* 
per ufflfoiB for adfWtMng 6ie 
Slate, m bnemee e^ f»0 «Mr 
the bmhet for ]i4i-4». 

The Kate C^WM Bfaato n on Can- 
aerratkm and Ztevelopownt !«• 
quoted that Uie aiq;»-oprlatkMk b? 
1310.600 per anman. to meet In- 
emsed paMesUon costs. Increas. 
ee In advertisiiv rates ^nee the 
boelffet was adopted hi 1M7 and 
to permit some expansion tA elTort 
to Intw more travel Imsineaa to 
Virginia. The Imliislry now brings 
more than $300,000,000 In reveinie 
to the state anmially, according 
to Virginia Stale Highway Com- 
rniasHm stndiea. 

The Council pc^oted oat to M - 
Wright that the preaeM amnrqpri- 
afion for adverlMng, wMeh in- 
ehided no» onlr adverlMng Vir- 
fiMa. bat the coat of a Sha ad- 
verHrtng Haniytou Roads, booOc* 
lets, many of wMch had (o be 
sanqplled thoM seeking them fur 
edocMtlonsI purpo se s , and the 
piMlclty e tp e n a es of tlie Cmn- 
miaslon. totaled kaa than four one 
hondredths of one per cent of the 
proposed iNktoti of the State and 
less than twelve one lnnidredth« 
of one per cent of the general 
ftind. The Council pointed out 
that State Highway Coounlaalon 
studies show that 18 per eent of 
gasoline tax reveni|es come ttao 
taxes, paid by out-of-state cars 
while in Virginia, Mnging a rete 
nue for road construction akme 
of more than 87.000.000 a year. 

The travel industry of Virginia 
is .a 0300,000,000 industry, on 
which 10,800 buslnessea deiiend. 
the Council pointed out. It also set 
forth that the Conunlaslon is the 
otticlal state agency In charge of 
travel advertising for the state 
and tliat the Council, as the un- 
official agency of private business 
in the travel promotion field, be- 
ieves the Commission should take 
the lead in seeking more adver 
tislng money for the state. Com- 
mander Raymond B. Bottom 
president of the Council, pledged 
the support of the Council in the 
effort. 



BUS STATION - CAVALIER HOTEL - 89th STREET 

BUS SCHEDULES SERVING VIRGINIA ^EACH 

(Effective September 25, 1949) 



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Al; Schv^Ies Daily cjccept as otherw^ Indicated. 

-s. y-«dtt!e operated Daily except anndays and RtMMiys. 
°-Sc! edu:^ onerated Daily except SafMdi^n, a^di^. aM Holiteys. 

-Sti:«lu>e opM-atfd Sundays and rrolldays Cnly. 








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Stale Aiidis Arni^ to' 
Apptmt Pfanaiet 
Oridge at Pniige 

The DeparUnent of the Army 
has, been reiiaested ty the Vir- 
ginia Department of Highways tr 
approve plans of a highway Inidge 
'o be eznstracted across No:tn 
LanAng River at Pongo ftrtf. 
Va., aOoDt 10 miles above the 
IDODth. North UuMHng River la a 
oart of the AtlanMc Section of the 
Tntr&coastal Waterway. 

7i>e plans sabnitted provide 



•-;• a bridge with a swing draw- 
pan to have one navigable open- 
ing rormal to the channel with a 
-minimum ho.izcnfal clearance of 
80 feet between fenders, and to 
have unlimited vertical clearence 
when open. A vertical clearance 
Df 5 feet at nrrmil water lev»l 
vould be available under the 
dra^rspan when closed. The bridge 
would replace an exlstimr ferry 
operated at Pungo Ferry by tha 
apviUcant. The proposed horizon- 
tal draw clearance of 80 feet eon- 
forma to the minimum accepted 
for use on the local section of the 
Intraeoastal Waterway. 



vim pualiliint of &e 

I«cleB AmdBaay of 

attaad 0» 

BbOTd ■cetbac of tte AmtthBT to 

be held at OadttVa "ravcrB. la 

MeaatAhm, en ThiKsdajr of next 




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She hM abo teen afpp ototed 
State del^ate to aUend Oie Ma- 
tkMHd Ditfcaae Oottference of Wo-' 
OMn'a Patrlotie Orgmtatlona to 
be held at the Statier Hotri in 
Wa^ingtcm. ti^C. on Friday and 
Satuntay foUowing the Alexandria 
meetUw. 



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lOtotud tm 

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I id leeotd (fcrtsc l#i# !■ i 
; lav Ofe InaMra nd t la HoM*. 
I He waa preantfed «M 
I avaid Ojr Ocorge F. B. 
' coaipMiT vice president in charge 
' of ag en ciea . at a aMattaic of vn- 
eral mema in BbBywood. fte. 

Mr. Little iM» be«a elected to 
serve with a ccimnlttee of six 
general wents to BMet with the 
BMuiagement of the tMrnupmof for 
cMimiltaUon on proUems affectln,; 
the IfoM organizatimi md the 
policyholders d the c o asp any . 




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%M pJD.— Kvei^nc WoiRdilp. 

<:3« pjB.— Tooth WBamltap. 

Pnorer Meettmr eaeh Wedaei- 
iqr att:0O pin. 



CMttCM 

39tli Street awl Pacific Awpw 

The Re*. Rotwrt P. Diwls. PMloir 

»:45 ajn.— Church School, Chaa. 
n. HKcMnw. Sapertntendent. 

(.15 g.Bi.— Adult B»b!e Classes. 

11 rW ajn.— Mominf Worship. 

7: IS pm.— Youth PeTlowship. 

tmirsday, 730 pin.— Choir Re- 
iMArsal. 

OaHlee BvlM<iMd CimA, the 
HeT «dmuiid Berkeley, tector. 

services on Sunday: S:W •».- 
Holy CcTnnranion: IIW •m^ 
Morning Prayer and ^^^J^ 
Sunday m each month. Holy Com- 
jronlon and Sermon. 

3»fice ol Holy Communion at 
10:90 a.m. on 3«lnt.' W ,««« 

"SnSy'schooi. »:«/'"r;i""; 

io -Senior OeP"""*"! " -Jli-nt 
m_!lursery-Prlmary Department 

jn the New Parteh «<»'*;„„. ..-- 
Young People's Pellowsh p. 0.00 

p.m.. Sunday, supper meeting, to 
' Mew Parish House. v^^ 

Tte^try-and Wednesday^ 
eachmonth, 8:00 p.m. / 

Qalllee Men's Club— Ist-^d- 
ne .dny in each month, '^:00 pjn.., 
supper meeting. In New Parish 
Hcu5e. 

v.. Acolytes* Guild — 1st Saturday 
in each month. 10:00 a.m. 



dior tti ca^ mhM, ii:ii mk. ia 
Mnr PwMi Ucm. 

BWe »atfr tSttHm ei AnQ^DHy 
— 1st «Ml Srd MMMlkya fei ea^ 

OMBth. • pja.. Hi Mr* 



Altar Chtfkt aw^lx^s «p be an- 



IKh mHtt near PkUIc Avemw 
itev. P)nMK\ If. 7tti pyek. Pastor 

»:4B aA.f-Chaarch Sehotrt. O.C. 
MmsdB. ^wrintMktaM. CImmb 
md SenMn. 

11:00 ajii. — MbnAag Wordiip 
fnr an ages. 

•:» pj».— yorf':i PelhmsMp 
Meettonr. 

•:00 pjB.— Eventoig Worship 
and Sermon. Coine and share in 
the I^rmn Singing. 



St. IMKY'S 9f Ait <MP pit StJt 



I4th Street and Arctic Circle 
The Rev. Philip P. Brennan. Pastor 
Sunday Manes— 8: IS and 19: IS. 
Sunday School at 9:00 a.m. 
RoeMry— 7:49 ain. 
Week-day Maaaee— 9:09 aju. 
Novena— 7:39 piB., Mondays. 



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KeMpavile. ^a.. &m Rev. A. B. 

9:« mm.-'-^mtkv Sehoiri. R. 
A. Ctfp^er. susierta^nMimt. 
II :M' a.n.— Martt^ Wwdilp. 

i':09.p|n>TToanc People's 



Meetftw. 






9:09 pm.—tvtxam Woish^. 

0tm CMve Rapflaf Cluwfc. 
eveedi. Vtrgbsla. Rev. W^ A. Rieb- 
ardMn. PaslcMr. 

10:00 a jn. — Sunday School. 
Curtis Ansell. superintendent. 

11:00 aJB. — Morning Worship. 

8:00 p.m.— Kvening Worship. 

Wednesday: 8:00 pjn. — Mid- 
Week Prayer Service. 

Thursday: 8:09 pin. — Choir 
Practice. 

^ iMidear BrMge Rapttai Cfeareii. 

London BrKtee. Virginia, the Rev. 
J. P. Stone. paMor. 

10:00 am.— Sunday School. 

11:09 aiB.— Momtnt Worship. 



'it^ffr.99 



onJ etaureh, n37; third and pres- 
et ehanA, vnt. thU la the (M- 
est Of^kMi ckmTck BmOSmc M 
Prtoee» AMM^uasty. 



Ml Ruanmar Ep fcts i ai tam^k, 
Witchdu:;k Roirt, I^mnhaven. 7a. 
The Rev. A. Wekater Roniman. 
rector. Ptarst Chnr^ priar to I9i^. 
aitcond e h tt r e h 1^4; pveeent 

9:09 aJft.— Church Schocl aaad 
ttWte tntm. 

10:00 a.A.— Mo.niiw Prayer 
ind Sermon. » 

Holy. Communion and Serimm 
nrst Sunday each month at 19:93 
x.m. ^ 

CanMimel Biiseannd Cfnareh. 

Kea|ipsvi:ie. Va., btftt 1843. The 
Rev. A. Webster Hcrstman, rector. 

10.00 a.m.— t^?flfrch School and 
Bt:Ie Class. 

11: IS a jn.— Morning P'rayer 
and Sernon. 

Hcly tromnunion and Sermon 
first Sunday each month at 11: IS 



9^49 a.ai.— C^ii^ amMl. R. W. 

fl:9» 

7:09 PM 
PWowiiiiik 

eiiekr nAewaM saieh 
7:39 prJt. 
. tt9 ScoBfta^eh Pinday at 7:30 

Cm^a aoard aawu ttdvd Wed- 
nesAiy to eaeh awnlh a« 9 p Ji. 

AndM' Offcid Roerd iMets Oi 
fOBBtth Wednasdi^ in each Aoni.t 
at 7:39 pjHf. * 

CMt> Scoot PMk wests on Mat 
ThtBsday In each nsiMh at 7:30 
p.m. 




n nn 



Rettef . South Ptdneeas Anne 
Charge, the Rev. J. W. ReymMs. 
pastor. 

10:09 ajn.— Church Sehotrt. A 
W. Parker, superintendent. 

11 :09 ain.— W o r s h i p Serviee 
Mrst and third Sundays. 



Reeeh Otove. South Princ«» 
Anne Charge, the Rev. J. W. Key 
noMs. paMor. 

10:00 a.m.— Church School. Ro- 
land West, superintendent. 

11:00 a.m.— (Second and fourth 
Sundays t Wnrshtp Serviee. 



Rev. R. r 

19:311 a.M.— Sanday Sehool 
Prank K^hut, ssswrtetendent. 

11:19 an. — (SKond and foortli 
SenSKyt) Worship Serviee. 

R. P. Baant. pamot. 
19:09 a.m.— Mornnw WorsMp. 
II :09 a JB.— Sunday Sehool. Wil- 
liam L. Spcnce, snpertefendent. 

tM%tnr.c1« MefhodM CUnrrelb 
the Rev. R. P. Runt, pastor. 

19:30 a m.— Sund^ Sfehool. Mrs 
W. A. Hart'ey. superintendent. 

11:30 am— (First and tbir 
Sundays* Worship and Serm n. 



Charity Me:k«dM Charelr. Bad 
Bay. Virginia, the Rev. Jacoa v. 
Mast, pastor. * 

Sunday Services: 

10:00 ajiA.— Church School- 
Lloyd Murden, Superintendent. 

11:00 a.ah4<:hureh Worshin 




ttmtm, mt titw. $. OordoB Mg- 
tut. partof. 

9:39 aJi. — SusidKy School, K. 
jHAWmua. snperuNSBoeBt. 

Il::i9 aJM.— Msntatic WorsMp. 

7:99 pJL— TonOi fWomMp. 

7:jV pjh. — n'ayef Meeting. 



19:99 ajd.— Cbareh Sehoid. ^ 
11:99 am.— Mffimtef Worship. 



•(. letHrs BinpM CfttsMfe. mar 
Court Hook. Pflme s a Amie Coun- 
ty, the Rev. Waller StAm Meade. 
Pks^. 

2:19 pin.— CIrareh School and 
classes for an aiw. 

,3:0^ pm.— Woir^Mp Services. 

A eordia] fnvltanon is extended 
to an. 



MfC^fPUl 

iUds ClMireli «f OkiM, Back 
Mts9. ▼irgmia, the Rev. Russell IT. 
flnifth, pastor. 

101:09 am.— Sunday lltbbol. 

11:99 am.— Lord's Sumer. 



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fact that you do not get enou^ B-vitamiiis 
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kome oKbKt cause, so it ii wise to consult your 
itoctor. But if mUd Vitamin B and Iron defl- 
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BkkBL Smbcial PomnnA may A) Mvnrfers for 
ywi! 

OIMI nOMI often eat o diet whidi is 
g^cfait hi i-vitamitts and bvm. 1V> iten^ 
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Mp yow body mamiuit aidt, asb 
aiooD. Veil Regannen (« idiedMr 
you've beea uAAsg oAer vfuunm pRB- 
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and phmogrtst/h cdrnMnatUn. 
Perfect ecmdltton. Chn»- 31< 
39Ui 8tre«t. 12-ie.tf 

roil f idA— Doo-Tbenn 00 Cir- 
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CIOCIIS-OUR BCST ORADS 
HBAVY BRSBD CAICKS— 300 
for $15.00. WORtHWHlLC 
CHICKS, 101 W. North Ave- 
nue, ftelttnore 1, Md. l-|3-fti 

ftm iJUM—OM washing flU- 
chine; also babjr carriage. Very 
good condition. Reasonable. Call 
401-M. l-13-3tc 



roR SALfe— Mahogany twin tied- 
room suite |^9S: also ITiaiaias- 
burg Oalldy solid auhogany 
comer cupboard chest tnd 
chilrs. Phoii»^^|S«-J. l-30?Stc 



rOR SAIA— IMI Pord. good eon- 

dtUon, VMM. SOS 3lst Street 

i-fl-ttc 

FOR SALIt— ,4xS Anniversary 
Speed - OmpMc. range Under, 
(lash gun. carryUiK taat. Call 
2148.W, after S:80i»jn. 1-87-lta 



roR nutir ll ft. electhc refdi 
erator. |ood condltitm. Cheap, 
cash of terms. Coastal Puroi- 
ture, OfeMitta, Va. 1-S1>lte 



AjMirtnieitts for Rent 

roll RfeMt— PurnishedApart. 
ment, large livlhg room, iwo 
bedrooms, bath, dltiette and 
kitchen. Reasonable yearly rent. 
conveuiBnt lbeltion.t;aU NI-bi 
l-it-lte 

lt)ft ifeNt— Pour or five raom 
apartment, well furnished. Mrs. 
Maggie iksott. 210 24 Va Street. 
Phone Il5ft-R. l-2T-3tc 



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M folk RkNt — fieauUAllly 
furnished, for couple or two ta- 
dics. Kitchen privileges if Ai- 
.sired. Phone 2292'W. i-i3.3tc 



FOR Rfeirr— three and four room 
apartments, for housekeeping, 
convenient to busn. Marcelta 
Cottage, Ocean and 10th Stteet. 
Telephone 13T8-J. l-2T.3tc 

Houses for Rent 



FOR RfeNt— Cottage for rent. 
four rooms, y^r around, unfur- 
nished. Reliaide couple pnelfer- 
led. Apply St 20T lOth mreet. 
1-27-itc 



Heli Wanted 



\VANtfe»-«tarried man with car 
for sales posiUon. NO convMs- 
ing. AppolntBtents made tat 
you. Rxcellmt moemt podtloii. 
Rcom *6l, Aihims BoikUttt, 
Norfolk, Va. 4-i-ti 



ulMbS tl) l«t»e»k 22 and M ttt 
survey woit al Vtotteia Iteax^: 
must be wMmi of Beaich. A|^ 
ply Room 401 Adams RMg.. 102 
E. Ci^ Rail Avenoe. oatt Mar- 
folk 22000. l-»-tt 

Uftsir-^«AB8 urn i^lgdkai glove, 
right hand. If lOaiid (Aease re- 
turn CO va. MiR^ Mews OOlce. 

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We ofifor fenuine ReoNMr wa- 
\icc by factory trateed persOn- 
nei St the stuitord MMan-tHde 
<-ost. Poti, Pped and BaiMing 
Snpidtes Oorp. PtMMie SOO. 
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ifrt»»in -M-hetiT aernce on im- 



dios. re fiig e ralora , 

- -i ^'ncuam elcMMEn. and til 

sm-iV. nrfpVwROx. Cal Va. 

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itttfUff — iM roar pr iip ert i a B Iol- 
mat or renud wKh Cdflfae f. 
arooghton Redtr Co., tUfl Pto- 

cme Av ie. Ph one iHV. Offices 
POR iCBft, Phone IIN*- 

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emuia Clasfteri, sMd taHa sMdM 

^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^A^b^a ^HH^^riVM 

pnanes rapmn ^wwiiy. miar s 
311 nth M.. PtailM 1313. H 

idato, eaay-to-read handwrit- 
ing, 11.39 per thoinand. Miss 
Juamta Marques, &30 IWh 0t:, 
Va. Reach. " lt-25-tf 



liMt and Found 



tost— Plastic rim M-foeal eye- 
glasses, in the vlcinl^ of 03nd 
Street and 32nd Street, finder 
please return to News Office. 
1-27-ltc 



Wanted 



WANtlSO to RI;T— Osed piano. 

M». P. 8. McCoy, Phone 474-1d. 

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Legab 



COMMONmrRALtR OP Vlll- 
OINIA. In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the County 
of PrincMs Anne, on the 19th day 
of December, 1948. 
Prank Wayne Laxton. Plalfltlff, 

aiaimt 
Anna tttaitte Laxton, Defendant. 
— OROlil OP POSLtCAtlOM ^ 

the object of this suit is to ob- 
tain jtrotti the defendant a ditorce 
a vinculo matHmonii, upon the 
troundi of desertion for a period 
of more than two yeatt. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
Anna fiialne Laxton is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Virginia, it 
is ordered tliat she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in thtrsuit. 
A Copy— teste: 

WtLLtAM P. HODoms, Clerk. 

fisr: R. tt. W&at, Deputy Clerk 
C. t4rdon ttarrell, Jr., p.q. 

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VtROtNlA: In the Clerk's Office 
of the Circuit Court of PrinceM 
Anne County, on the 10th day of 
January, lOSO. % 

Eetty Pteters Curtis, 

Margai^t Peters Stanford, 

and A. WV Peters, Complainukt,$, 

vs'}^ 
Bernat^ P. Holland, Jr., in his o^ 
right and as Executor of the Bs- 
tate .of Dora R. .Crittenden, de- 
ceased. Mildred E. Holland, Mar- 
^ret Stapp, the spouse of Mar- 
garet Stt^p, if living, the heirs a* 
law of Mai-gai-et sta^, and all 
persons unknown, who may be 
intei-ested in the Es(^te of Mar- 
garet StaiH>. if she l>e dead, 
Oeorge Hamilton Stapp, the 
spouse, of Oeorge Hamilton Stapp, 
if living, the heirs at law .if 
Oeorge Hamilton Stapp, and all 
persons uidtnown who may be in- 
terested in the Estate of Oeorge 
Hamilton jMapp, if he be dead. 

nnpOQdents. 

— In Chancery — 
the dbieei of the above aftjied 
:Sttit is to partitton if pnKileal, Qie 
property in the Rsiaie of l^a- 

itiHti M. CHtbeffidKi maw in tfe 

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laOMtti 
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in this 

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naiUry Repreaentaltvee 



and wCj$S fimt <tas dngenM hnd 
been used by or on bdialf of ttie 
cempiamBttia, loaaeMtain n wan 
comty (ir corporaHon Margaiwt 
Stapp whose l»t mown 
WW MV MalB StreeC 
bijd.. Mid Oaorte ttmiatan 0tavp. 
whose hut Itmnrn' aMreas was St. 
Loula. Mo., ttet tf etcher ha^ « 
■pouae ttvhig or dead, and Si? 
hdrs at hnr and any other per- 
sons mterssted ta the estates of 

Margaret Stapp and Cteorge Ham- 
ilton St«n>, if any. mha any per- 
senior persons mteres^ed in the 
above styfed sillt, whose names 
are unknown, and who are pro- 
ceected against under tite general 
descriptlcn of Parties Unknown. 
It Is or<!tered that Margaret 
Stapp, Oeorge Hamiium Stapp. 
and an Parties Onknown. do ap. 
plar at the Clerk'a OffiM of our 
said Court within ten (10) days 
after due pubUeation hereof, and 
do what may be necesmry to pro- 
tect their interests, 
teste: 

WHiifAM-P. RODOIMS, Clerk 
8y: K. H. WRSt, Deputy dejrk 
M. Carl Woodhouse. p.q. V 

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1. IL MIIJIOLLAND 

HKALTOR 

Jarvis OalMifiir 1615 PaciAc AventM 

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Cape charlea— titUe creek 

(Norfolk) 

FERRY SERVICE 

KVEttY 00 MtmjtES 

Crossing time— 1=>4 Rours 

Distance— 20 mites 

PaaMKttger Pane— soe 

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Wi» Ames, popu]»r md versa- 
tile Oceana athlete, win partici- 
pate in one of the top bouts at 
Mondays Ma.ch of Dimes Box- 
ing Carrtval, to be held tit the 
CcttnmnDty House. 

Aims will tackle Joe ReAmmd 
to a Mirbt heavyweftrht tussle that 
may steal the show on a card tl»t 
to loaded with i»tentially torrid 
I imttles. A veteran of many ana* 
I teiir ring engagements during Irts 
/ hitch in the Mavy. Ames will have 
the edge In experience over his 
foe. However, his long absence 
from the sport should tend to 
even the Odds and make this 
match a close one from the open- 
ing bell. 

Bill Brennan. the prominent 
USS Mississippi coach, will bring 
his well trained contingent of 
boxers to Virginia Beach for the 
pdio Iwnefit show to do battle 
with Sam Selbert's undefeated 
NAAS Oceana squad. The feature 
attraction of the evening will see 
Oceana's Suck Bustard swapping 
leather with the 1M9 all-N«vy 
heavyweight champion, Joe Con- 
nell. In this contest boxing fans 
Will see two of the most otitstand- 
Ing amateur mittmen in this sec- 
tion of the country. 

In addition to the Ames-Red- 
Inond and Bustard-Connell scraps, 
the teiiittli^ df ^ e^rd rounds- 
out as fdJttin: 

Andy "illiiddonio. 147 lbs. vsr Jark 
Dlaiiiotid, 140 lbs. 

Bill Bailey, ISO lbs. vs. Jake 
ttlltoti, 153 lbs. 

Johnny Lester. 148. lbs. vs. OUs 
Harris, 131 Its. 

Chuck LaPearl. 134 lbs. vs. Bill 
Champion, 133 lbs. 

Pancho Castaneda, 161 lbs. vs. 
R:cky Pomo, 14tf lbs. 

BUI Wnch. 160 lbs. vs. Mark 
Brach, 160 lbs. 

Ail exciting evening of boxing 
at its best is in store for those 
wlio contribute a small donation 
to the March of Dimes. Tickets 
for the boxing carnival are avail- 
able at most Virginia Beach busi- 
nr38 establishments, and may also 
he procured the night of the cai - 
^^j^'?\ at the door. 

Remember the date: January 
30. at B p.m.; Remember the 
place: the Community House; and 
lemember the cause: The March 
cf Dimes. 



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age permissi^ ta be afMed to the 
eemty's system «ach yeair, held 
one Httle hope of tangprovenent in 
the neaer futpre. 

Tlw poaslUe tnerene in second- 
ary mileage to based on a fonmda 
aliowlnr I per cent of the totiA 
s eco n ds a ry mflei«e amMmiDy. This 
ankonnt, iteclared Walter Ittiher. 
supervisor from tiie I^nnhaven 
District, to not suffictent for the) 
neecb ef Princess Aime County. 
He Mid ttwt the 3.1 miles possi. 
1^ onder ttie formula cannot pos- 
sibly meet the demands of a fast 
tremtng comity, with largw sur- 
burban areas. 

Moreover, according to William 
P. Hwteins, farm and rural roadb 
are in need of improvement. He 
pointed cut especially old roads 
!n the county that are not usable 
for farn|)!-to-market purposes, and 
noted the Pungo to Ncn-folk road, 
which If Improved would «it off 
IS miles of the distance to Nor- 
folk. 

The supervisors were at the 
opinion that the next budget of 
the Highway Department should 
take into consideration the growth 
and development of the county, 
addlpg that a county adjacent to 
a city the size of Norfolk has un- 
usual demands made upon the 
reads. 
Oedin mees 

The supervisors passed on first 
reading an ordinance which pa-'a- 
lells a State tax permitting the 
payment of a flat license of t2C 
rer owner or operator for each 
lofcatlon coin operated tobaccc 
vending machines are placed, wiiii 
the balance of the tax to be baaed 
on buflioess done— 20 cents on 
each $100 in excess of $3,000 an- 
nually. # 

The flnal retdliit put on the 
books M Itw tbt iTAller camp tax 
of $16 for tMh tiMMt «Mce avail- 
able in trailer camps in the coun;^ 
ty. Originally the ordinance haS" 
called for a tax of 128 but was 
reduced after a public hearin« 
The law becomes effective tfebtj- 
«ry 1, 1980. 



the poMoM range tnm tt:am 
per year to $i.9M per yetar. 

The eMMtartlcnB iwe beMg hM 
by the Bond oS V. S. avtt Bervlee 
^awiiMrs. Pifttr Itaval fMstrlet. 
and am^cationR anet be on Me 
with the Recorder. Boa.d of V. 3. 

iaiisf, OS-6..CNS-*mdr€IS-ll, fm^Civtt flervtce ErcamiBers. fUth 

app<^tmeBt in varlein Pederal 

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A CivK ttsrvkx extoiAMtlon fcr 
the position of CoiMaoAty Bpec 



l«iva: Dl^rict. V. 8. Haival 
IforfcBc 11. ^rgMa, not later 
and PortsHiouth. VirgtaM. la new | thM February 20. 1M0. 
open. « was stated today by b. r^ wfttim teM to re^Hred for 
Clark tien. RscoMter of the Board I ^|t},„ of tlW ab ve examinations, 
of V. 6. cavil Service Kxaminers j Applicants wiB be rated on the 
for the PifOi Naval District. Sal- 1 ,^,|| ^f their tmrOng end experi- 
aries for the OS.S positioi» range '^j,^ ^ described in their appll- 



fr:m $3,100 per year to ^.660 per 
year, for ttie OS-9 po^iofis. frjni 
$4,000 per year to ^,$90 per yea 



cations. 

I. Complete infcrmiition and ar?- 



and for the 08-11 positions, froia Plication frrms may be © "^a^nwl 
$S.40O per year to $6,400 per year. 



GOMOR. HOOPfeR VIBITB 
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WITH SIXTH TASK PORCB 



A Civil Service exanlnstlon fo- 
the position of Traffic Manager 
OS-8 in tlie options of Freigh 
Administration and Paraenger Ad- 
ministration, for appointment in 
various Pederal agencies in (he 

Iclnity cf Norfolk and Ports- 
mouth. Virginia, is now open, it 
vas stated today by B. Clark Bell. 
Recorder of the Board of U. S 
Civil Service Bxaminers for the 
Fifth Naval tMstrist.' Salaries fo^ 



from the Re:ordet, BtMard of U, S 
Civil Service Bxaminers, tlftji 
Naval District; U. 8. Naval Base, 
Norfolk 11, Virginia, cr from any 
first- or ser«nd-class post offlc-3 
In thto area. 



The Ka«e HWti|«y|Dep«rtibeBi 
li atttoif for Mil Mr the e«m- 
^^vstton of 1.611 Msa of tmt- 
lane dtvNM hlihira^ eootta^v 
the Norfott-VlriMa Bm^ lupei- 
l^hway wMeb nok taOmm m Icr 
as neauirtngs CorW <m Hichway 

C-ntrastors' bids for OiT^work 
wl'.r be received unUl Pebmsry 1^ 
a sp?keanan for the departMent 
said. 

The Princess Anne County work 
is part of 30 miles In 12 eonnU^ 
for which the Department of 
Highways Is adclng Mds. 



All United States President.? 
from William Howard Taft to 
Franklin D. Roosevelt have been 
Honorary Presidents of the Boy 
Scouts of America. Harry 8. Tru- 
man to njw Honorary President 

. f the ganization. 



Peeausc of tha extreme shwiag 
of housing facilities near military 
c?mps and bases, the assistance 
of USO in providing long-term as 
well as temporary slnlter for ser- 
vicemen and their families has 
become a vitaTly important func- 
tion. Housing placements 'through 
USO centers since July, 1948, to. 
taled more than 49,000 and are 
continuing at a current rate of 
8,000 a month, USO State Cam- 
paign Headquarters reported. 



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How's the thae to ttnt OriiA- 
tow rtoirt feecHnff your lawn If 
yea WMrt ttie graae to iwt fun 
boieflt of -the food. As som aa ttxe 
soli dries eneugh to be walk^ «ii 
witheut leavUw foot prlnto, yon 
sheald give the grMS its nonrieh- 
asent. Hone Beaottfd magazine 
exi*diM that Me. feedli^t— after 
March 15— must be slURcd witn 
the young weed eeedltaigs deeause 
wedb dmi't start to germinate un- 
til the aeU wanna/ 



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were repwted tm M- 



km» fee mt WiUM AtfkKnt Busi-, 
am, pMbUahed veeklr V^ Bnild- 
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The USO. through 170 ehite 
loongee and other centers in the 
United States and overseas, now 
serves a dally average of 72.610 
members of the peacetime armed 
fsrzes asd keeps more than 100,- 
900 patients in 120 Army. Navy 
ard VA hospitals supplied with 
music and "live" entertainment 
through USO-Veterans Hospitals 
Camp Shows. 



Dr. t. Deefeery. owner: 
Mroa., eoniraetora; MvS 
Neck Petnt: $20^00. 

Res.: B. M. de fonm, owner; 
8»tb mreet, extended. Virginia 
Beach: franc, $$.M0. 

Res.: Charles B. WUMt. owmr: 
89th Street. Virginia Beach. 
frame, $9,000. C^ 

Rm.: C. O. ftlzzen, owner; La1te 
Terrace; $8,000. 

Oarage: Lewto Ijenhart, owner; 
3200 Shcve ^hre; $2,800. 

ARes.: C. B. Leary. owner; Spar- 
row Road; Inick, $2,000. 



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Scouting has three age group. 

Ings— Cub Scouting for 9. 9 and 

10-year-okb; Boy Scouting for 

, those 11, 12 and 13; and Bxplor- 

Ing for' young men of 14«nd over. 



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t*^ fevE tlOLtOMAN HONORED 
AT RAOFORD COLtEGE 

Irene Hrlloman. daughter jf 
Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. HoUoman. of 
V: ginia Bpftch. was named one 
of the Junior Class members cf 
t' e May Day Commission at Rad- 
ford College. Radford. Va. ^ 

?r;s,s Holloman is vice president 
cf i-cr rla.ss and a meml)cr or t.ie 
CsUliion Club. 



Comdr. Edwin B. Hooper, UGN 
husband of Mrs. Edwin B. Hiooper 
of 3 IS Raleigh Drive, recentlj- vis- 
ited the R::ck of Oibraltar e board 
the fleet oiler USS Waocatnaw, t> 
unit of the gr up of ships reliev- 
ing ships of ths Sixth Task HePt 
in the Mediterranean. 

Duiins; the next four month' 
the WEccamav wil visit many o" 
the countries on the Meditei-ran 
can * J lie supporting and aldni'^ 
United States interests Iri tha 
area. 

The Sixth Task Fleet is com- 
manded by Vice Admiral John J 
Eallcntine. U5N. 



I Tie l^y Snout Movement is or- 
ganized in 43 different lands and 
its world membTS'it 1 is 4,306.010 
bf^vs ard leaders. T rtre thin ha'.f 
of this tAt?' ! r.' eii' iled in the 

lEoy Sc""*.' ~f Ameri"*. 



Tie first Chief S-out Execative)! The P'V P"'i»»s of Awr'"-* has 
of tie 3fyG?oiit<! of America was a num' — "f -T-Ti-^; r n^?'-f»'1 c^ 
Dr. James E. West, who served in An^ericrn b^'^ ;"< "^3 TJ. S. VJLi- 
tMs '•^•la'-i^w for 32 yoars. tary Zc c if ?; ■"^-.ry. 



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know htei waU, caraallir, or not at all .. . ha't a friend 
and neighbor d yonrs, Uving and working in Yonr Town, 
sharing your commnnity intereati and entarpriaas. ' 

Ifo't your Electrical Appliance Dealer, and he has news 
for you about today's modem way of hving ... the 
Dectrical way. He may ring your cbdrbeK, he may send 
you a letter cnr postcard, you majr-see his advertisement 
in your local newspapers ... but he's an important man 
in your life because he can helb make your life easier, 
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through gravel and dust alike, splash through the wet 
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Rough road conditions call for special attention to 
your lubricants. Tires should be checked for correct 
inflation— for deep, clean tr^ead that bites on a 
slick surface. Brakes won't ^top you with a sure 
and gentle touch flf the master cylinder needi more 
fluid, or if an air-bubble has worked itself into the 
line. These things, tutd m»n, should be checked to 
keep your Buick at its best. 

If that sounds like more than one thpuiht to bear 
in mind -Just drive into our shop and tell the man, 
"LUBkKAM, plcttie." «• 

Our winter LubricaTe treatment coven all these points 
—with specially trained mechanics (olbwing factory 
specifications as they go over your car from end to end. 

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Hsbt or >iMp«KMttw tai- 
irttliout ft^flwh fir piioto- 
ioad. V fom to» OMtUae ^eed is 
l/MS aseond or to0. (ifin'i cspeet 
la tMp ^xaauto fir dueks In 
Mh(. or to^^ns Itah in atld-alr. 

ttm Ibst ac e aaw ry you «hoakf 
MM to * tiUit, Obm newrly «v«ry 
fiotdoor mMeet in Uaek and 
whtte to vufly lanmyved by tbe 
aw fif the yelkm, r«d or sreen ! 
lUters. As a start«r, Qw nlUonr 
Utter should be adetpiate. It d«1c- 
ens IHue sktes. enhances SutBj i 
cioadB. and gives nonnal et^nr . 
Cfinrection. I 

The red filter over-correeto on 
the l^es giving Idaclcer skies uid ' 
whitening red ot^tects, often re- 
sulting in dramatic effects. Mnce^| 
botti didcs hold bsck a certain \ 
unfiunt of Ught, it is necessary to ' 
<n>en the lei» one stop farther for | 
the meditnu-yellow Alter and two 
stom for the red. Deeper reds re- 
imlre even larger st^. The green 
flltr to the IandscapelK4^r, bright, 
ening green foliage which might 
otherwise rec^d In darker shades. 

If your, lens to not otherwise 
protected from sun glare, buy a 
lois shade. It will repay you many 
times over In sparkling pictures, 
and ehid>le you to take those im- 
pressive silhouette pictures, which 
often must be shot almost direct 
ly Into the sun. 

There to no excuse for fuzzy, 
out-ef-focus photographs with a 
ground-glass focuting reflex ca- 
mera, Init with less expensive out- 
flto, don't guess at dtotancea. 
Measure them. If you can't afford 
a pocket range flnder, carry a 15- 
foot length of string, knotted at 
one-foot Intervals to help deter- 
mine dtotance. 




Wn wim it, b^ 
hsM a mt4 mm it so he an'% 
elM9 AywBlOB n iMhmrt umg 
TOO. Keep si^ytaig "Ah, irii, an«^ 
fid." m woiit bite, and he win 
soon imderatMd tfart a^thttig h- 
retrieves. nheOm dually or real 
btod, Bowt be h««eed irtth eare. 

Besuinins the steadytec: Don't 
steady yemr Ook vaM irfter he to 
retrtevtw to hrad witir great en- 
thusiasm. Then have Mm sto. iMi 
hto cf^kHT wMto OmMrtaw the <tanr 
my. When it Mts Oie groond. call 
Ms muae, turn hUt looee, w^eh 
nln go. Ifext. t%&aa in front of 
hhn when titfowtac tai ease he 
breidcs. Sfslw Mn tft for a bit 
KMiger now bef(»e'*9aridng hto 
name to send hin out fo^ re- 
trieves. At last, stand beside him. 
repeating the order SfT as you 
ttirow the dunany. Make him wait 
a whUe. Then weak hto name, 
gesturing with your hand toward 

the fall. 

Introducing the pup to water: 
Never push or throw a pup into 
^ ater. You wade out a short way. 




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. It's easy to control and use any 
dog's natural Instinct to retrieve 
and It's a cinch to train a keen 
young Labrador, golden. Chesa- 
peake or Irish water spaniel (if 
he descends from hunting ances- 
tors and not bench dogs). 

James Lamb f^ee. authority on 
dog training., says that you gam 
nothing by starting a dog retriev- 
ing before he's 13 months old. A 
good young dog can be ready to 
hunt in one month with proper 
training. 

, Work him only 10 minutes a 
day — don't risk boring him. Never 
throw a ball or stick, but use a 
training dummy which to a bur- 
lap bundle tightly rolled, tied with 
string. It should measure 12 inch- 
es long and two Inches thick, tn 
<vater, use a small, cork-filled boat 
fender. 

To start a young dog retrieving 
dumn^r: Tease pup with the train- 
ing dummy until he to frantic to 
get it. Then toss dummy and speak 
his name to send him after it. The 
instant he grabs it. run from him, 
clapping your hands and shouting 
"Ccme." He will chase you. Keep 
running, and Just as he catches 
you, grab the dummy Nrom his 
mouth. Me will quickly form good 
habits of comhig in fast and de- 
livering to hand. 

Curing plasring with or chewing 
dummy: If he tries to chew the 




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Sydnor Residence Sells For $60,000 




"Wonderful News 1950" 



To Settle an Estate thus Magnificent i 
Residence is offered at 
$40,090.0ir 

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D. rktt of amOm 3, tv 

X flimittw ud linie 
to mmmn 8. MmAal 
IoiAm p. Whsatma. Lot 3, 
D. Ptet (rf 8ee»on 2, Bqr 
Ooldiiy OeveloiMimit: t« IM.fi. 

lfafi« T. Rieirtiennl ond WU- 
! L. Aepheard to Sva M . Bed. 
iM Mid Jnw W. flcd^Uv* 
fleki Lots » and 24. Hoek 44, 
M9 •. Virginia Beach Develops 
Meat Company; tax $1S.M. 

nuinle ZetHl, i^ira Mae Anwl- 
jon ami T. J. Amebon, Ben Zedd 
Mid l^lvl%^edd. Nat Zedd sAd 
Helen ZeAufaxwen Zedd uid 
Bwnette ^^dd. Bertie i^nectA^ 
and Loiils i^iector, Rita Kootner 
and Louis Kootner. Raynond B. 
Zedd and Ruth B. Zedd. Stanley 
Zedd and Leah 2Sedd. Ruth Pert: 
and Milton Perel to F. A. Haycox 
Lots 2 and 4. Block 21, Plat of 
fOiadow Lawn Heights, and Lot 
If, Block 21, Plat of Shore Acres; 
tax 1%. 

Louis E. Botttno and Orace 
iBottIno to AJax Tile and MarWe 
COrpcnration, western 22 feet of 
Lot 12, and eastern 19 feet of Lot 
14. Block M. Map «, Virginia 
Beach Development Compaiv; tax 
15e. • 

AJax IVe and Marble Ccvpora- 
lon to Bdwin O. Harris and Rntiy 
L. Harris, western 22 feet of Lot 
12. and eastern 19 feet at Lot 14, 
BUwk se. Map 6, Virginia Beach 
Development Company; tax 

W. P. DodMm and Virginia W. 
Oodaon to P. Hamilton Vaai and 
Lodwell.A. Btrader. Lot 19, Blocks 
IK. nat of Rudee Hetghts; , tax 
|tJ9. ^ 

iMvld Pender, Br., and MelUe 
W. lender to W. H. Kltehln, ft-., 
and Hattle Leg geti Kltehln. Lot 9, 
lOoek 1. Plat of Central Park: tax 
11.19. 

Charles WllUama Lord and Ma- 
Hoii Wllaon Lotd to Myrtle M. 
Bntth, tot 1, Plat of Cavglter 
Bhwes. BMtkm A: tM 99.49. 

thoaum Melaon Ami« Johnson, 
Jr.. and Helen 8. Jhnaon to W. 
% Allen and Thelma C. Allen. Lot 
42, put of crystal Acrea; tM 
I19J9. 

Cleo M. Vaughan and Jamei B. 
tftughan to ft. L. ttwctun and 
iUtf W. Rarcum, partnen, trad- 
Uur «s Service OH Cmpany, Lot 
9. Block 19, Section d. Cape H«n- 
ty: tax 9SJ9. 

Lucille H. Schwan and Huty 
Sehiiran to Henry Itaxwell 
SehWin. western 34.4 teet of Lot 
9 and eastern 91.i teet of Lot 4, 
Block T, Plat of Hew Virginia 
B^h; tax 91.99. 

James T. Standing and Marie 
8. Standing to WUllam Bdward 
Henna and Bllabeth Paton Hen- 
na. Lot 10, Block 2. Section 2, Hew 
Virginia Beach; tax 921.79. 

Bllaine Blmore James Dakin to 
tt. L. Rarcum and Mary W. Har- 
cuM. trading as Service Oil Com- 
pany, Lot 4, Block 10, Section Di 
CBpe Henry; tax 9180. 
'! Crystal Acres, lncor()orated. to 
S. Dale Scott, Jr., and Blisabeth 
Ji^mston Scott, Site B, on Ral- 
ney's Oiit, North Unkhorn Park; 

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Yes, literally, acres of shirte are proceswHl through SNOW WHITE'S 
modem daylight laundry each week-thoroughly and scientifically 
washed and dried-r painstakingly finished- then each shirt is min- 
utely inspected. Ldd out side by side, they are the acme of Sec- 
tion. 

Naturally-with these thousands and thousands of shirts-it is not 
practtcal to lay them out-side by slde-FOR DELIVERY. They 
necessarily must be packed- one on top of another- until the trucks 
are loaded. We have realiEed for sometime that those on the bot- 
tom-when finally delivered-did not look quite as nice as when 
they left the laundry. ^ - . 

Yet-it is a matter of personal pride to us.to deliver a 
''perfect* shirt. 



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box for each order- 

The boJt is lined with wrapping paper and each order of shirts is in- 
dividtially packaged— right in the box— the route salesman delivers 
the box right to the door and only then r e tn o v e s the package of 

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This takes i^e multiple weight oif the finished shirts during delivery 
and they look "tfRESH AS A DAISY." You'll like them. Sure, it costs 
us considerably more— but it costs you NOT A CENT EXTRA. 



WE sincerely believe that YQU-THE CUS- 

TOMER-will now receive a perfectly laundered 
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Mbm OilMMi t0 The Seteo 
of tt» Town ot ¥lnMi 
Sewsh. Lot» 1# ail If. tHetM M 
FM (tf l«Ke«Md; tax lUMie. 

Pint md liovbaata MirtioM 
Bnk of saebmoot, ■Mcatm- mu 
trmttt. uoOn the «U1 of il. A 

iteCMWd. to MOMlk 

IMd. Ale M and soaOwn 
a* feet irf ate 21. I0mp of LUt- 
lioni rarti; tax fUM. 

Qnee Bmamr SSaimr md Bd 
#te C. Stniver to Letf W. iUider 
am aad ftoM O. Anderaen, Lot; 
4a maa «, p^t (rf ffiMtfe Rndiy 
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J. C. WocrfHiw «ml Msr7 R 
#ooniDg to JuUa Barnes Hud 
gim. 2»<79 feet of Lot 38. BkwL 
12S, Mav> «, Virginia Beach De?el 
opment Ccmpanjr; tax 75c. 

Chaa. 8yer. Jr., «ad Virginia B 
Syer to Mary D. I^irence, easier, 
one-half of hoyt. Block 17, See 
tlon E, Cape rienry; tax $2.a». 

Franlc V. Atkinson and Betty G 
Atkinson to Arthur J. Ijlienfeld 
Lot 43 and western part of Lot 4i 
Wat of The Hollies; tax $7.50. 

Myrtle H, Smith and H. Oar- 
ettvBinith to Ande s. Larzelere 
i-ot 13, Plat cf CaValier ahorp.' 
Section B^ tax $33.00. , 

Joseph John Burton and Vir 
ginia Williams Burton to Q H 
Beale, Jr.. Lot 3, Block 20. Sectloi 
a Cape Henry; tax $1.80. 

W. W. Johnson and Plorliw W 
Johnson to Ruth O. Manges, Lot. 
1« and 17. Bloek im. Plat of Lake- 
wood; tax 75c. 

Rosalie M. Kopp and J. T. Kop) 
to Waverly T. Une, Jr.. southen 
49 feet of Lot 13. Block 98. Ma 
fl. Virginia Beach Oevelapneii 
Comany: tax lll.io. 

tlder L. Lash. Jr.. and Aosa t) 
Laah to Amelia O. McLean, Lo 
fia. Block 11, Section O, Cap* 
flcAry; tax HM. 

Corliuw Uiidia Toppliit an' 
Arthtir S. t'oDping to James J 
fltandliHt. BitarlOO. Map of Link 
hmi Park: tax lajs. 

Major Pardite and Rutti R. Par 
due to Pred P. adell and Vlcde 
V. O'dell. Lots aa and a4. Bloe) 
•3. Map of ffiiore Acres: tax Y8e. 

laaac ttnanuel and IttHd G 
tmanuel to Prlneeer AniM lai' 
provement CotporaUon. Lata ft 
as, a«. so, SI. sa and aa. Block IS 
i*lat ot Lakewood: tax la.lS. 

Martartt P. WUllaais and Pitd 
iHek f*. WlUiatiia. RimmII A. P»t 
tjr and oiifc l^tty, Pttcall W 
fetty and Alice B. Petty and Moa- 
•tta MooM to tUllan W. Petty 
Lota as and M. fitoek a. Plat o: 
Atianttc tntraatiik^nt Company 
tas tse. 

John Medas to iiaae thnnun 
Oirajr and Manr WUna Qtf, Lo 
SB and ao ffeet of Lot SS. Sloek 
SS. Map S. Vlttlttia fieaeh tsetvl 
opment Contpany: tax 18.10. 

S. B. Bayua and Vlinlttia 6 
Bayne to tiaac Thomas oray anc 
Mary Wllna Oray, Lot SI ant 
ttorthom-10 feet ot Lot SO. Bloet 
08, Map 0. Vurglnla Beach Devel- 
opment omipatty: tax SS.iO. 

Oreeneo CmrpMration to W. B 
Kitchln. Jr., Lots B and 0, Bloc! 
TO, Map 3. Viislnla Beach devel- 
opment company; tax SM.80. 

Oeorge T. McLean and Amelii 
a. McLean to lUchanl J. Davl 
and Jean M. t^vfa, ime-halt in- 
terest in Lots 1 to B inclusive. Lot 
U to IB. indtislve. Block at: Lot 
1 to B. inehtstve, Lots II :o IB 
inclusive, Block 30: Lota S tit lo 
Inclusive. Lots 10 to 00. inehislve 
in BloclQ SO and a»: ttocks » 
and SI; Blocks SB and SO; Bloeic 
37. Ptat ot Croatan Beach: ta* 
)16.00. 



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If yea have »««i> ^ *^ Com- 
dwntty HooM raeenlly nn have 
mrdy noticed th« n«ir ttafe cur- 
:cfeH. They m:e really sMMtMlW 
to ice, md they impravt tl» looiM 
if Oie gyrnnajrtoBB very owch. Tlw 
eeen-Men are asked to keep Uiem 
l(X*ta« nke. and we feel sore that 
irerytaie win try to keep them '.n 
3Cd condition. 

We owe oar thanks to Mrs. Fen- 
ilntton and the Uttte tliMtie 
xromt, who were reqwiulMe for 
.;«tthig these cmtaftm. 

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The aeptem Society will hold a 
falentlne's Day dance February 
11, and It Is expected to be the 
Ufceat dance ever held at the 
Coour-jnlty House'. An enttinated 
cro*d of Its people are expected 
to attend. The dance will oe flemi- 
fonnal and the tickets tMl be sold 
February 1 through 11. The tick- 
ets «IU be Me per person and free 



hn ao get your tideia early from 
Mr. ftatOM or a meanber of the 
flepten Society. 

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We Iwye added to our schedule 
the American Fed»atJon of Phy- 
sically Handleapped. which wi:l 
meet at^he Conmranity House the 
third Thnts<tay of each month at 
7:30 pm. This society Is a na- 
tlcnnl Institution and all who are 
phystcaOy handicapped should at- 
tend the next meeting achedaled 
for f^tanary Ifl. 1*50. Mrs. James 
Kelly Is the local president. Any- 
MB who Is not physically hai^^ 
capped may become an anocla^e 
member and aid in the wotlt. For 
any Information concerning the 
above society, can Mrs. Jaijnes 
Kelly. MN-M. 

We are pleased to place the so- 
ciety on our schedule. 

— Wm. H. Fantone. Director 



MuM Cnhn 

3. R. Cmran. b^ter known as 
"Fop" Corran. to leavttw »omKi 
the first of FAmary on a romid- 
the-world enrise. He will retom 
to the West Co»t In hOit. He 
will be aboard tlw mOBon^naT 
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POMHONTAS & SPLINT 
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Virginia Btaoli lei Deiivery 



Jan. 27 amj i 
Jan. 27 pjn. 
Jan. 21 ain. 
Jan. 21 pm. 
Jan. 2ti a.m. 
Jan. 29 p.m- 
Jan. 30 am. .. 
Jan. 30 pm. 
Jan. 81 am. 



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Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
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1 a.m. ... 

1 pjn. 
3 am. 

2 p.m. 



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4:21 

4:89 

9:14 

9:29% 

1:04 

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6:90 

7:04 

7:34 

7:49 



.lays of 
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San 
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Friday "J:!! 

Saturday - 1:10 

Sunday 7:M 

I Monday 7:08 

Tuesday — - '^'•'^ 
Wednesday . -- 7:07 
Thursday T:08 



9:99 
9:99 
9:99 

9:49 
10:94 
10:42 
11:49 
11:33 

11:32 

12:28 

1:19 

1:10 

1:57 

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9:20 
5:26 
8:27 
9:28 
5:29 
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to obtain tides of high or low 
water from above times: t4rtin 
htyen tnlet. add 20 minute' 
Ocean View, add « minutes: Oh 
Point, add 40 minutes: Oregot 
tnlet, subtract 45 minutes 



NOWI For NKiO 



Fni BONir BIILT TNCKt 



US Merfah ki Mm 1950 fwdthitliRM. 



NOWI fw MM 

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Mil MVm Nke the mw 6-cyNnder. 
110-h.p. Rmr 254, brings your choice 
•I Fora Tmck MiinM to four-95-h.p. 
•ml llO-h.p. Sixst, or 100 h.p. and 
i45-h.p. V rt. Only Ford Trucht |iv« 
ym I choitt of V 8 or Sixl 




NOWIFwIBM 
OKI ITS mmti 

MtW MOBtU in IN LiriM IMy.HMvy 
Duty and ExM Heavy Doty dsssR tavt 
expanded the Ford Trvck Nnetor 1)10 Is 
over 175 models. This.Mde stleclkM 
means that we have Mm! ligtl tack f« 
you no mailer whM you haul. 




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rani B rw ita CMt lass 



like Hie 15' x 5' rear brakes for 
F-7; new la brakes optional on F-8; new 176-in. 
wte,, in F-5 and F-6. Itew fealwes, new power, 
new modais pws Oonvs Nn ooastnM^ion whtut 
netns big reserves of strength and power ... 21 
smart rdess m ad, are years in Hw 1950 Ford 
Tracks. See them today! 



TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS 

Virsiiiia Itach IMnn,lK. 



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ti aa B^iw a e wfH 

from r^oiaslnaM »# tt^ lor 

two to tlvM i*«(ia «r Mnger. 

IfendiM Is leuwwwwwhd aa aci 
spray for MtArolHng Bee M dMrv 
cows, and tor tatOitiA oiHiee and 
ticks on «lher cattle, llndtane •**» 
locommended for the first Hue 
last aaaaaer as a reatdod wfms 
Hies bi dairy bams mid 



mflk phmta. 

lifestoek owners «t* eatrtkned 
to UM both of the ehenleab care- 
folly. 



Qrcr Se^fl Permit 
For Boftt Wliiff it 
I^rfinhaireii liiict 

An Army Department permit 
has been requested by 1. R. Oyar, 
Norfolk, Va., to eonstnict an op* 
cn-pUe timber wharf on Ijoag 
Creek. Princess Anne County. Va., 
on property owned by Mrs. Mar- 
garet. W. Benton, near I4vnhaven 
Inlet. 

The wharf wodl(L extend abaut 
20 feet channelward of the iow. 
water shore line, and its length | 
parallel to the shore Wou!d be 
about 140 feet. 



The slogan for Boy Scout Week 
1950 is "Strengthen Liberty." 



Na^fi Alrfljrte Has Aerodjnuitide Didgn 




1H«o new lines of automobiles ar« being offered by Naih In Its new 19S0 Aliflytf aeries— 
the Statesman and the Ambasaadot in two and loitt-door sedans and clt^b coupes. 8odi lines, 
aerodynamlcally designed to minimize wind reriatfiiee^ feature fully-enclosed front fenders, 
tuper-slxed passenger eompartnients. four-wheel frictkmless ooil springs, nNtesigned curved 
instrument panels and twin convertible beds (can be made up single enroute, double when 
rtopped>. 



CaU DEV. SYKfiS, 44924, Lyitnhaveit 

Representing COI^LINS «. TURNBR, INC^ Dctler 



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Continue to Cost You'F? 




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THtS TRIP NECESSARY?** you xv«re 
asked in 1941 , when every inch of spoce wis 
needed for troops and war su|^i«s. 
To discourage travel then, a tax Was added on 
your travel dollar, a tax that grew to 1 5X during 
the war. The Federal Government coUected it 
through the railroads. The Government still 
collects it, thiyug^i your travel need n<>t be ra- 
l^ned now. 

Today, Ac original purpose of this tax is as 
dbsirfete it an Air Warden's helmet, ftftt, four 
yiair»i a^r the war's end, YOU are stfil paying 
the Government at the rate of $250,0(10,000 a 
^Tar in travel tax. 

And, of the billion and three quaiters orflect- 



Yott don*t have food rationing today . . . you 
don't havt gasoline rationing today. 

Yet» a very real brake i& ^11 being put on 
travel. On a coach trip from New York to 
Chicago, for example, YOU are still paying 
14.61 in Federal tax. 

And rile same with the goods that are shipped 
to your home communii^r. On every dollar you 
p«^ for fttngjit> yoii pay the Government an 
extra 3 cents (4#a ton cm coal). That means 
YOU are still pftytng over $300,000»0(W a year 

Tills Ua tifedllll be tVfit^M NOW. There is 
no bngn^ ai^ ttaaoiA ycra ^(mld pay |1. 15 fcMr 



ed since 1941, riw -M^came out <rf your pocket ^cveiyddlar*s woithoff travd . . . $1.03 forcvwy 
<^3^ the green light on trawl, went on again. dolUir erf railroad frng^t. 

^ Eastern Railroads 



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